DEVIN Ratray has been accused of domestic abuse towards his girlfriend in an Oklahoma City hotel fight, though he has not been charged at this time.
The Home Alone star recently revealed that he would be a part of the movie’s “reunion”, set to take place 31 years after the film first aired.
Devin, 44, and his girlfriend got into an argument on Sunday night that allegedly got physical.
The actor’s significant other claimed he began “strangling her and putting his hand over her mouth,” as their fight escalated.
She then alleged that she “bit his hand,” before “he punched her in the face and she escaped to a stairwell.”
“She then got her stuff and left, waiting for the cops to arrive,” according to documents obtained by TMZ.
Law enforcement sources told the outlet they were “called to a Hyatt near downtown OKC earlier this week for a domestic dispute between Ratray and his girlfriend.”
However, Devin’s reps have asserted that the two “got into a verbal argument, nothing physical, and things were so nasty the two broke up.”
The representative did not divulge further information on what the fight was about.
The police informant continued on to say that everything was “sorted out once Devin and his girlfriend decided to go their separate ways for the night.”
The accuser “got a separate room” and no one was arrested.
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Devin reached his claim to fame in 1990 when he played Buzz McCallister, the mean older brother to Kevin, played by Macaulay Culkin.
Last week, the actor revealed that the cast of Home Alone will host a “reunion” 31 years after the original Christmas flick aired.
“They have been planning a reunion online and I just recently, as in a couple of days ago, got on their messenger chat thread,” he told People.
He explained: “And I have been trying to keep up with Jed Cohen [Rod McCallister], Diana Rein [Sondra McCallister], Terrie Snell [Aunt Leslie], Angela Goethals [Linnie McCallister], and Hillary Wolf [Megan McCallister].
“The family is moving on their own accord to get together, so who knows what’s going to happen in the future,” he explained.
“Macaulay is so much more open and relaxed and, I should say, more of a public figure,” the Mosaic star disclosed.
“He has been reclusive as anyone would be, in his situation, and I’m glad that he is more of a public figure now and open.”
Devin did say he was “so pleased” over Kieran’s “very consistent and respectful career”, adding: “He has always been a real actor.”
In referring to Catherine, the television star said she is “one of the nicest, sweetest, kindest people.”
“[Catherine] taught me how to be off-camera for somebody else’s close-up,” he explained of the Schitt’s Creek star.
“She was so generous. To her, we weren’t children, we were actors. She was there for us every take, giving everything that she would do for her own close-ups.”
Devin has starred in countless movies, namely Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Home Alone 4: Taking Back The House, and most recently, Home Sweet Home Alone, a film that debuted on Disney Plus in November.
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