He was the target of a hard search from The Bride in "Kill Bill." Now actor Michael Madsen finds himself wanted by another woman in relation to his past sins. And this time, it's no movie.
An arrest warrant has been issued for "Sin City" and "Reservoir Dogs" star, who reportedly owes $570,000 in unpaid child and spousal support, according to TMZ.
The warrant, which under United States law allows for the arrest and detention of the accused by any law enforcement officer, was issued after the 53-year-old Madsen failed to show up for a hearing regarding his unpaid support last week.
Whether he ultimately turns himself in or gets caught and brought to jail, Madsen will have to pay a hefty fine to get back out, with a reported bail of $26,000, according to documents obtained by the gossip website.
The Chicago native and Steppenwolf Theater Company veteran, who recently voiced the alien Kilowog in the animated "Green Lantern: First Flight," and is set to appear in some two dozen upcoming movies according to IMDB.com, has been married three times, to actress Georganne LaPiere, DeAnna Madsen and Jeannine Bisignano, with whom he has two sons.
An accomplished poet and photographer, Madsen is perhaps best known for his iconic role of Vic Vega aka Mr. Blond in Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs." It has long been rumored that Tarantino was developing a sequel for Madsen and "Pulp Fiction" star John Travolta, who would star together as "The Vega Brothers."
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