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Weston Cage Caged Again for Domestic Violence

It appears "Cage rage" is taking on a much darker meaning.
/ Source: E!online

It appears "Cage rage" is taking on a much darker meaning.

Nicolas Cage's 20-year-old son, Weston, was arrested on a felony domestic violence charge Wednesday, E! News has learned.

So what'd he do this time?

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Details are scarce, but the younger Cage was taken into custody in Hollywood at approximately 5 a.m. and booked. He was released around shortly before 5 p.m. on $50,000 bond.

Per TMZ, when L.A.'s Finest arrested the troubled headbanger, they discovered cuts on his wrist that appeared to be self-inflicted and took him to a nearby hospital to get bandaged up.

While authorities aren't saying what prompted the 911 call, it appears it may have been yet another altercation between Weston and his 22-year-old wife, Nikki Williams. Her mom told TMZ that after this latest bust, "Nikki is safe and away from him."

The twosome tied the knot in April after a relatively quick engagement, but their tumultuous relationship took a turn for the worse earlier this month, when an argument turned physical and both ended up in jail on a domestic violence rap.

Shortly after getting out, Weston took to Facebook and posted several long, rambling screeds professing his love for his missus, vowing to bail her out, and--channeling his favorite comic book hero Thor--promising to be his "family's protector" and denying he would ever attack Nikki, whom he claimed had harmed herself.

Williams, a singer in her own right, meanwhile, took to her Facebook page today like nothing ever happened to plug her burgeoning music career and share the news that she scored a record deal.

": ) Please share my good news!!! Thank you guys. Have a great Day," she wrote.

Weston could not be reached for comment. He is due back in court Aug. 10.

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