According to San Diego Police Department officer Billy Hernandez, police came into contact with Teller, who was standing on the sidewalk of the 4300 block of Mission Boulevard near Grand Avenue at approximately 12:30 a.m. Officers approached Teller while out walking on the street. The cop asked Teller questions and the situation quickly escalated. Police later confirmed Teller was not to blame for the crash, insisting the other driver cut him off. The cops offered to take Miles to the center and he refused, though they took him there anyways.
When the cop began questioning Teller - who attended high school in Lecanto, Florida - the dude nearly fell on his face.
Despite his reluctance to go to the detox center, the cops took him there anyway.
However, he was unable to take care of himself and became unruly with the staff, so the police had no choice but to take him to jail.
TMZ reported that the "War Dogs" actor was "literally falling down drunk and refusing to cooperate with cops" during his arrest on June 18. Teller was then transported to San Diego Central Jail.
Teller, whose films include "Whiplash" (2014), "Fantastic Four" (2015) and the upcoming PTSD drama "Thank You for Your Service", has not commented on social media and his representatives did not respond to a request for comment.