Weston Cage, Nic Cage's Son, Reportedly Has Sanity Foreclosed Upon

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Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 10:48 PM
click to enlarge Weston Cage. - TMZ
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Nic Cage's son, Weston Cage, was involved in a fracas in Hollywood today, with the LAPD only saying that a "situation" happened at Selma and Ivar avenues at 4:10 p.m.

But ... TMZ states that 20-year-old baby Cage went off on his personal trainer at the Farmer's Kitchen restaurant after the workout partner told him something on the menu was off limits.

The website states that Weston Cage had been in an argument earlier in the day with his wife. Witnesses to the scrape up reportedly said he appeared to be under the influence or out of sorts. And so ...

... Weston Cage was placed on a "psych hold" and taken to a hospital, where papa Nic was reported to be tonight.

TMZ reports that LAPD officers had to threaten to "tase" little Cage if he didn't comply, which he apparently did.

No word on whether or not he was booked on suspicion of having a creepy, hardcore metal hair style from the '90s -- a felony in California.

-With reporting from City News Service. Got news? Email us. Follow us on Twitter, too: @dennisjromero.

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