'Pawn Star's' 'Chumlee' plans to fight felony charges

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The lawyer representing "Pawn Stars" reality TV star "Chumlee" says he'll fight felony weapon and drug charges — and sex assault allegations if they're filed.

Defense attorney David Chesnoff told The Associated Press on Thursday that he's "looking forward to the truthful conclusion" of the case against Austin Lee Russell.

Russell posted $62,000 bail and was released from jail pending a May 23 court date.

Co-star Rick Harrison told FOX411 on Thursday, "We don't have details yet, but we are here to help Chumlee any way we can."

Corey Harrison, who is depicted on the History Channel as the longtime best friend of Russell, posted a cryptic Instagram image following his co-star's arrest.

"Don't believe everything you hear," it read in black and red lettering. "There are always three sides to a story, yours, theirs and the truth..."

A rep for the History Channel told FOX411 the network isn’t commenting.

Russell was arrested Wednesday after police say officers serving a search warrant in a sexual assault investigation found methamphetamine, marijuana and a gun at his southwest Las Vegas home.

The 33-year-old was booked on 19 drug-possession charges and one weapon charge.

Russell wasn't booked on a sex-crime allegation. Police said that investigation stems from a recent complaint by a woman, and is continuing.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.