"Golden voice" Ted Williams went from being homeless to Hollywood, but hit a road bump on Monday night when he was detained by police following an alleged altercation with his daughter. Now, he and his daughter are sharing their sides of the story.
"Fists got to flying, none of which were mine," Ted tells ET. "In the process..., I got scratched on my face."
"My daughter hit me," Ted told reporters as he walked out of jail. "It was just a misunderstanding."
Daughter Janey shares her take on "Dr. Phil," "He said, 'You, you fat [expletive],' and when he said that, I just got angry."
Janey also alleges her father has been drinking alcohol. "He's consumed at least a bottle of Grey Goose a night, at least. That's not including the Coronas he orders, that's not including Budweisers he orders, that's not including the other alcohol, the wines. He drinks -- heavily," she claims.
On Monday night Ted and Janey were briefly detained by the Los Angeles Police Department following an alleged altercation Monday night in Hollywood, CA. After further investigation, police determined no crime was committed by either party. No charges were filed against either of the parties and both were released a short time later.
Tune in to ET tonight for more, and be sure to check out Ted on "Dr. Phil" this week.