The road to a storybook ending for homeless-man-turned-viral sensation Ted Williams took a slightly dark detour last night in Los Angeles, where Williams was promoting his newfound fame. Police called to the Renaissance Hotel detained Williams following an altercation with his daughter, the Los Angeles Times reports. Last week Williams returned to his old stomping ground of New York to do the morning and late-night show circuit, and things went smoothly on the East Coast, but the same can't be said for his journey out west.
According to TMZ, hotel employees summoned police after a shouting match between Williams and one of his daughters got loudly out of hand. Police took both Williams and his daughter into custody, but since neither wanted to press charges, both were promptly released. The incident came just hours after Williams, the most in-demand voice personality in America right now, taped appearances for "Entertainment Tonight," met the Los Angeles Lakers and even hugged KobeRead More »from Golden-Voiced Homeless Man Adapting Poorly to New Fame