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Farrah Fawcett's Son Being Sought for Parole Violations

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Redmond O'Neal smiles while the judge praises his recovery effort in the Airport Branch Courthouse October 9, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Mark Boster-Pool/Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 18 May 2015 12:59 PM

The late Farrah Fawcett's son Redmond O'Neal is wanted by California authorities for violating his probation on drugs and firearms violations.

O'Neal, 30, born to 1970s sex symbol Fawcett and actor Ryan O'Neal, has been accused of disobeying the law, using drugs and failing to appear at doctor appointments while on probation, reported People.com

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Keith L. Schwartz in April ordered a no-bail arrest warrant for O'Neal after revoking his probation, said People. The move comes after the judge's order last October that the younger O'Neal did not need his electronic monitoring device he had since being placed on probation.

According to In Touch magazine, Ryan O'Neal said his son has never adjusted to the death of his famous mother, who died of cancer in 2009.

The Los Angeles Times reported in 2012 that Redmond O'Neal completed a one-year stay in rehab and Schwartz warned him then that he would be sent to prison if he failed to follow the rules of his probation, which he extended at the time from ending at 2014 to 2016.

Schwartz said in 2012 that O'Neal would be returned to prison for three years to complete his suspended sentence if he appeared in front of him again on the wrong side of the law, noted the Times. O'Neal was required to complete psychological and substance abuse counseling while returning every three months for progress reports while on probation.

In 2011 O'Neal had pleaded no contest to possession of heroin and firearms possession by a felon, according to the newspaper. Schwartz suspended his three-year prison sentence for a probation violation and ordered him to the one-year live-in drug rehabilitation program.

The younger O'Neal who has fought addiction since he was a teenager, was arrested by Santa Monica police officers in 2011 for running a red light and authorities found heroin in his vehicle, noted the Times.

O'Neal was in jail in 2009 when, Fawcett, who became a household name in the first season of "Charlie Angels" in 1976, died of cancer. He was released so he could attend the funeral, per the Times.

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