'Lethal Weapon' Season 3 Cancellation, Recast - Clayne Crawford's Behavior

'Lethal Weapon' Actor Clayne Crawford Disciplined Over Complaints Of 'Emotional Abuse,' Role May Be Recast

Will the Lethal Weapon TV series be renewed?

Clayne Crawford apologizes for his bad behavior on the set of Lethal Weapon, admitting that he's been reprimanded twice by management in the past season.

The 40-year-old actor, who plays Martin Riggs on the show, uploaded a public statement on Instagram yesterday night, apologising for the delayed response and acknowledging he had got into trouble with show bosses.

Former "Lethal Weapon" star Mel Gibson has a history of racism, sexism and anti-semitism, but as the television version of "Lethal Weapon" begins, it seems the star playing his role might also have his own problems.

The series is now in its second season and boasting strong ratings, but that could all come to a close with news of Crawford's abusive on-set attitude.

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The second incident occurred during a Crawford-directed episode when one of the actors was hit with a section of shrapnel and consequently felt unsafe on the set. But a behind-the scene issue involving one of the two leads, Clayne Crawford, is making a third season a rather complex proposition.

"I absolutely love, respect, and care for my crew and cast and would never intentionally jeopardize so many jobs". The issue reportedly intensified in recent months to the point where several actors and crew members on the Fox drama do not want to be on set with Crawford.

Furthermore, Crawford went on to apologize if he unintentionally made anybody uncomfortable at Lethal Weapon and acknowledge that Lethal Weapon isn't receiving the most positive attention due to the allegations against him. That said, it's hard to imagine somebody else tackling the role after two seasons with Crawford. "I hope they will stick with me, and stick with the show".

According to Deadline, Clayne Crawford - who now co-stars as Martin Riggs, opposite Damon Wayans, in the buddy-cop comedy - has exhibited a "history of bad behavior" on the series, which has resulted in him being "disciplined several times over complaints of emotional abuse and creating a hostile environment".

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