LONDON – Police arrested Jude Law after he allegedly attacked a photographer outside his London home. The actor, however, denied the allegations on Wednesday.
The photographer accused him of trying to grab his camera during a scuffle late Tuesday, Britain's Press Association reported.
The 34-year-old actor, whose films include "The Talented Mr. Ripley," "Alfie," "Cold Mountain," and "Closer," voluntarily went to a West London police station after the incident, his lawyer, Graham Shear, said.
"Mr. Law provided the police with a statement regarding his denials of allegations by a paparazzi photographer against him and made his own allegations concerning the photographer," Shear said.
He said he would not comment further while police were investigating.
The incident occurred after Law presented a lifetime achievement award to Michael Caine at a Tuesday night ceremony organized by GQ magazine.
Law recently returned from the Venice Film Festival, where he was promoting the remake of the movie "Sleuth," in which he co-stars with Caine.