Nicolas Cage’s Son Under Police Investigation After Horrendous Allegations Involving Mother

By Charlene Badasie | Published

Weston Cage, the son of Nicolas Cage, has been identified as a suspect in a battery incident involving his mother, Christina Fulton. The alleged altercation occurred during the evening of April 28 at Fulton’s residence in the Los Angeles area. A verbal disagreement between mother and son reportedly escalated into a physical altercation.

Investigation Underway

Although an ambulance was called to the scene, Fulton did not required hospitalization. However, the severity of the altercation has prompted authorities to investigate it as a potential felony battery. No arrests have been made as Weston Cage left before police arrived. Sources provide a different perspective, stating that Fulton was called to assist her son during an emotional moment.

Fulton denies any argument took place between herself and Weston Cage. She has also requested privacy regarding the matter. Photographs taken of her on April 5 show significant bruising on her face, including a dark red injury beneath her left eye. Despite the bruising, there appears to be minimal swelling, with yellow discoloration visible on her forehead and cheek.

Disputing Reports

Although the relationship between mother and son has been marked by turmoil over the years, Fulton disputes claims that she argued with Weston Cage. “Weston and I had no argument prior to the incident,” she said in a statement to People. “On Sunday, April 28, I was reached out to by several of Weston’s best friends for assistance because they were experiencing Weston in a mental-health crisis.”

“I acted swiftly to ensure his safety,” the statement added. “Upon my arrival, I was met by my son, who clearly was in a state of a mental-health breakdown, which in turn became a horrific experience. I have always supported helping my son with his mental health struggles. I am doing all I can to get him the continued support he needs.”

Spotlight Struggles

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Weston Cage’s life in the spotlight intertwines with that of his father, Nicolas Cage. As a result, he found himself drawn to storytelling from a young age. But his famous last name often proved to be a curse, as people assumed he was using it for clout in the entertainment industry. In 2019, Cage said he constantly battles skepticism, prejudice, and misconceptions about his acting abilities.

His cinematic debut as Vladimir in the 2005 movie Lord of War marked the beginning of a multifaceted career for Weston Cage, who seamlessly transitioned between roles. He also appeared as Luke in the 2018 crime action film 211. Directed by York Shackleton, the story follows a group of criminals who plan to rob an armored money truck. However, things go wrong when they are ambushed by the police.

Various Film Roles

Weston Cage also appeared as Lieutenant Colonel James Earl Rudder in the 2019 film D-Day: Battle of Omaha Beach. The movie chronicles the events leading up to the D-Day landings during World War II. It focuses on the American forces’ struggle to establish a beachhead in Normandy, facing challenges such as hedgerow fighting and the difficult terrain

Other Creative Pursuits

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Weston Cage’s creative prowess extends beyond acting to include music, contributing to the scores of major films like Drive Angry (2011) and Ghost Rider. He also dabbles in sculpting and culinary artistry. But in his downtime, Cage, who is a father of four children, Cyress, Venice, Lucian, and Sorin, has struggled with substance abuse and other mental health issues.

Family Ties

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Weston Cage is Nicolas’ oldest child and his only child with Fulton. The older Cage is also the dad to son Kal-El, 18, whom he shares with his third wife Alice Kim, and 19-month-old daughter August with wife Riko Shib

Source: People