Justin Roiland, the co-creator of Rick and Morty, has been dismissed from Adult Swim due to allegations of domestic abuse

Justin Roiland, the co-creator of Rick and Morty, has been dismissed from Adult Swim due to allegati ...

Following the revelation that the Rick and Morty co-creator was accused of domestic violence, Adult Swim has canceled ties with Justin Roiland.

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Adult Swim hasn't completed half of the show's 70-episode schedule that Justin was supposed to be working on since 2018, when the series was renewed.

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Roiland is still working on several projects with Hulu, including as a co-creator on the relatively new hit animated series Solar Opposites, which also plays the title character (the program was renewed for a fifth season in October).

Justin is a voice actor and executive producer for Koala Man, which premiered on January 9. His contract with 20th Television Animation, which produces Solar Opposites and Koala Man, is still ongoing.

NBC News reported that Roiland was charged with domestic abuse with bodily harm and deceit in Orange County on a case that was suspected to have taken place in 2020 against an unnamed Jane Doe, whom Justin dated. Roiland was released on $50,000 bail in 2020, and he is scheduled to return to court on April 27.

Domestic abuse is without a doubt a heinous offense. However, there is nothing wrong in the early termination of contracts with dismissals – these actions may be referred to as extrajudicial prosecution – especially when the accused's innocence is proved during a hearing.

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