VETERAN Hollywood star James Cromwell has been arrested for a second time after taking part in a PETA protest.
The actor, who starred in LA Confidential and The Green Mile, was handcuffed at Sea World in San Diego California after disrupting a show.
Cromwell, 77, walked around the amusement’s park Orca Encounter shouting details about orcas surrounded by members from PETA holding signs “Sea World KILLS” and “Sea World Sucks.”
PETA live streamed the protest on Facebook saying: “HAPPENING NOW: Actor & activist James Cromwell is taking over #SeaWorld’s new ‘Orca Encounter’ show in San Diego to expose the sad reality of life for orcas trapped there. #BoycottSeaWorldDay”
Cameron spent seven days in jail earlier this year after refusing to pay fines following a protest outside a New York power plant in 2015.
He had claimed the plant was bad for the environment.
Shortly after the Sea World protest began the actor was handcuffed and taken into custody.
The actor said: “Orcas deserve a full life in the ocean, not a life sentence of swimming endless circles until they drop dead from disease.
‘My friends at PETA and I want SeaWorld to move these intelligent animals to seaside sanctuaries without delay.’
Cromwell also starred in Space Cowboys and The Sum of All Fears and won an Oscar nomination for his role in Babe.