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According to the report, the troubled "Zoey 101" actor was at Cloud 9, a hookah lounge he co-owns in Port St. Underwood isn't the first Nickelodeon star to have had trouble with the law, of course.Lucie, when his night was intercepted by authorities, at around 3 A. Over the past year, Amanda Bynes' vehicular accidents have been well-documented by the tabloids, while "Gigantic" star Ryan Rottman was charged with drunk driving in 2011."That's So Raven" star Orlando Brown was arrested in August 2011 and charged with a DUI.Cops pulled over the former Disney star for driving without a license plate.

Brown has struck a plea deal that will keep him out of jail.

The 23-year-old actor pled no contest and was given 36 months probation, ordered to pay a $390 fine, sentenced to a single day in jail, ordered to attend alcohol education classes and must attend 10 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

The noise, he says, was that of a battering ram crashing into his front door, slamming it open. Underwood’s 17-year-old girlfriend was at the house when cops arrived.

Former Nickelodeon star Matthew Underwood -- who played Logan Reese on "Zoey 101" -- has learned the hard way ... According to WPBF25 in Florida, 22-year-old Underwood was in a bedroom with a 17-year-old girl in Port St.

Lucie when cops arrived to the scene and discovered marijuana and weed paraphernalia.

Underwood was arrested on possession of the sticky icky ...as well as contributing to the delinquency of a minor.Underwood was transported to a nearby jail -- where he was booked and released.Now here he is on "Zoey 101," ripping off a stuffed giraffe head.Matthew Underwood was arrested in Florida early Wednesday morning.TMZ reports that the 22-year-old former Nickelodeon star was charged with violating a 12-month probation stemming from a previous arrest in April, when he was found in possession of weed and in the presence of a minor. In July, Underwood had struck a deal with prosecutors over his April arrest that allowed the actor to plead no contest to the charges in exchange for a 12-month probation and substance abuse evaluation.

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