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Ex-soap opera actor charged in undercover LAPD cocaine sting

Los Angeles County prosecutors charged former soap opera actor Scott Evans on Thursday with felony attempted possession of a controlled substance.

Evans, 29, who played a police officer on the ABC daytime drama "One Life to Live," was arrested Dec. 4 by the Los Angeles Police Department after allegedly trying to buy cocaine from an undercover officer.

Evans was due in court Thursday. The Massachusetts native is the brother of "Fantasic Four" actor Chris Evans.

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