Paxton Singleton, a 19-year-old actor known for his role in the Netflix series “The Haunting of Hill House,” faced legal trouble recently in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. He was arrested on charges of loitering and possessing alcohol as a minor.

The incident occurred on a Friday, and Singleton was booked into jail at 9:40 p.m. He was released early the next morning after posting a $430 bond. The specifics of the circumstances leading to his arrest have not been fully disclosed.

Who is Paxton Singleton?

Paxton Singleton emerged as a young talent in the entertainment industry, particularly noted for his portrayal of “Young Steven” in Netflix’s acclaimed horror series “The Haunting of Hill House.” His performance in the series earned him recognition and appreciation, marking him as a promising actor in television. In addition to his role in “The Haunting of Hill House,” Singleton has appeared in other TV shows such as “The Rookie,” “Chicago Med,” and “Supernatural.” His recent projects include “Alice Fades Away” and the film “Breed.”

Singleton’s arrest brings attention to the pressures and challenges faced by young actors in the spotlight. Despite this setback, his body of work speaks to his potential in the industry. He is scheduled to appear in court for a “Rule 8.1 Hearing,” which is a standard procedure in Arkansas for defendants to hear charges in their initial court appearance.

Singleton’s involvement in the entertainment industry continues, and he is expected to contribute further to various film and television projects. His case, still under investigation, highlights the importance of responsible behavior for public figures, especially those who are still minors​​.