Nick Stahl Still Missing, No Foul Play

05/18/2012 07:05 PM ET

It’s been over a week since anyone has seen Nick Stahl, who played John Connor in the Terminator 3 movie, and police say no foul play is involved. Stahl last seen near the Skid Row area on May 9 as the Los Angeles Police Department are still searching for the missing actor.

There are concerns that he may have gotten himself involved in trouble that led to his disappearance.

Back in February, The Sin City actor’s wife, Rose Murphy, filed court papers expressing serious concerns that he may be using drugs. His rep declined to comment on the situation to celebrity gossip website TMZ.

He married Murphy in June 2009; the couple was photographed bringing their newborn baby to a dinner in Los Angeles in June 2010.

The couple are living separately but she apparently keeps in close contact with him because of their daughter.

Murphy, a singer and originally from Austin, Texas, separated from her husband some months ago and has been active in court trying to limit his visitation rights with their child.

She has a 2-year old daughter with the Hollywood star named Marlo Murphy.

The couple are not divorced yet but she is seeking full legal custody of the baby and healthy child support payments.

The court filings back then painted a troubled picture of the actor after she asked that the he submit to drug screening as part of the visitation order.

Investigators have talked to people who claim that Stahl has returned to drugs and is known to frequent Skid Row where he can buy drugs cheaply.


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