Goldie Hawn's son Oliver Hudson has opened up on his arrest at the age of 16, admitting the police didn't want to call his father Kurt Russell.
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The actor - who stars in new Fox drama The Cleaning Lady - told Kelly Ripa on Wednesday about the time he was arrested with his friends for shooting paintballs at people. However, he shared that when it came to the police calling their parents "they started fighting over who was gonna make the phone call".
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"I did get arrested when I was 16 years old. It was a crazy story 'cause they had to call the parents, and they said, 'What's your dad's name?' and I said, 'Oh my God. Kurt Russell,'" he said on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
"They're like, 'No, kid, what's your dad's name?' And I said, 'It's Kurt Russell.' They started fighting over who was gonna make the phone call. It was crazy."
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But when Kelly asked if Kurt was upset or understanding, Oliver added: "Look, we were stupid. We had paintball guns. We were doing dumb things, as kids do.
"He understood what it was like for him when he was the age; he did stupid stuff as well. But he was not a happy dad, let's just say that."
Oliver appeared on Live on Wendesday
Goldie met Kurt when Oliver was six and he and sister Kate Hudson call the Tombstone actor 'Pa'.
The celebrity couple share son Wyatt, 34, and Kurt is also dad to Boston, 40, who he shares with ex-wife Season Hubley.
Goldie and Kurt with Kate and Oliver
Speaking previously about the arrest, he shared that Kurt's punishment was to force Oliver to shoot paintball paint at his own car.
"He has this philosophy where I knew what I did was wrong, so why ground me? Just destroy your car and you will have to drive it for as long as you have this car," Oliver revealed.
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