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Designer Jack McCollough is "pissed off and annoyed that this all happened. He has a collection to do, and has no time to deal with this" according to a source.
updated 5/8/2009 2:37:06 PM ET 2009-05-08T18:37:06

Fashion designer Jack McCollough, who was allegedly head-butted by Kiefer Sutherland this week, required surgery for his injuries, his rep tells PEOPLE.

"Mr. McCollough suffered a broken nose in three places as a result of the assault," his rep told PEOPLE exclusively on Friday, refuting reports that the designer merely got scratches on his nose. "He received medical treatment last night after consulting with physicians."

Meanwhile, a source says that McCollough, who's now sporting bandages on his nose, "had to have his nose reset. It's painful and it felt horrible."

The source adds that McCollough is "also pissed off and annoyed that this all happened. He has a collection to do, and has no time to deal with this."

Sutherland, who was charged with third-degree assault on Thursday in connection with the incident, will be arraigned June 22 at Manhattan Criminal Court, according to Manhattan DA spokeswoman Alicia Maxey Greene.

The alleged crime, which is a misdemeanor, is punishable by a fine of as much as $1,000 and up to a year in jail.

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