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Actor undergoes surgery following Scottsdale bar fight

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Actor Jason London has undergone major surgery following a bar fight and arrest in Scottsdale.

On Saturday in Los Angeles, doctors put a titanium plate in his face.  This is the first of several surgeries for the actor who will also undergo operations on his nose and eye socket.

40-year-old London, who starred in the film "Dazed and Confused," was arrested after a fight at Martini Ranch near Stetson Drive and Drinkwater Boulevard.  He says the bouncers jumped him, but police say he started the fight.

The actor allegedly sneezed on and punched a patron.

"Once our officers got there they were confronted with a very intoxicated Mr. London who was belligerent and swearing and didn't want to have any treatment whatsoever," said Scottsdale Police Sgt. Mark Clark.

According to the police report, London repeatedly told officers he was a rich and famous actor. Officers say the antics continued in the squad car.

"At one point he defecated in the back of the car and that was on the way from the bar where he was arrested to the jail."

London also took to Twitter saying: "I would never say or do the crap they are reporting... Some guy thought I was hitting on his girl and had me jumped. ...I hate Arizona... wait till you see the real pictures. I have a right orbital fracture and sinus fracture. The truth will win."

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Read the police report on London's arrest:
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