Game Of Thrones actor Joseph Gatt was spotted Friday for the first time since his arrest for allegedly having sexually explicit conversations online with a minor across state lines.
The 50-year-old television and video game actor was seen in San Fernando in Los Angeles in the afternoon while running errands in town.
He had previously been arrested on April 6, although he was released on $5,000 bail the same day.
On the street: Game Of Thrones actor Joseph Gatt, 50, was spotted Friday for the first time since his arrest for allegedly having sexually explicit conversations online with a minor across state lines
Gatt was seen returning to his car on Friday, and he looked like he just got out of a practice session.
The actor, who has done motion capture work for the popular God Of War video game series, wore a black zip-up hoodie over a black shirt.
He paired it with gray track pants and wore low-key sneakers.
Gatt returned to his ice blue sports vehicle and was seen driving away.
Although he’s been out of jail for more than a week, Friday marked the first time the actor has been spotted in public.
Sporty outfit: Gatt was seen walking back to his car on Friday, and he looked like he just got out of a training session
Back in black: The actor, who did motion capture work for the popular video game series God Of War, wore a black zip-up hoodie over a black shirt
When the British actor was arrested on April 6, police also served him with a search warrant to give them access to his Los Angeles home, TMZ reported at the time.
LAPD sources said Gatt was taken into custody and arrested on a warrant for “contact with a minor for a sexual offence.”
The LAPD Juvenile Division, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), is now seeking to identify additional victims following the arrest.
DailyMail.com has contacted representatives for the actor who have so far been unavailable for comment.
On Wednesday, Gatt posted a statement regarding his arrest on his Twitter account.
“I obviously want to respond to the absolutely horrific and completely false allegations recently made against me. They are 100% categorically false and reckless,” he wrote.
On the move: He paired it with gray track pants and wore low-key sneakers. Gatt returned to his ice blue sports vehicle and was seen driving away
Booked: Gatt was arrested for allegedly having ‘sexually explicit’ conversations online with a minor in another state, TMZ reported earlier this week
“I have confirmed errors and misleading information in today’s press release. I am cooperating fully with the police and the LAPD in getting to the bottom of this,” he continued. can’t wait to clear my reputation. Thank you to all my friends and supporters who know this is wrong and understand that for legal reasons I cannot comment further on social media.
One of Gatt’s most prominent roles was when he played Thenn Warg on the popular HBO series Game Of Thrones.
His character was a member of the Thenns, a tribe of Free Folk known for their practices of ritual self-scarification and cannibalism.
Gatt appeared in three episodes of the series – based on the popular novels by George RR Martin – in 2014.
Entry and Exit: Police arrested him and served a search warrant on his Los Angeles home on April 6. He was released on $5,000 bail the same day; pictured above earlier this month
Denial: On Wednesday, Gatt posted a statement regarding his arrest on his Twitter account in which he claimed the charges were “100% categorically wrong and reckless”
Main role: Gatt played Thenn Warg (pictured right) on HBO’s popular fantasy series Game Of Thrones
In addition to Game of Thrones, Gatt has starred in major blockbuster films including Disney’s live-action remake of Dumbo, Stark Trek Into Darkness, and Thor.
He also has a small role in the upcoming DC film Black Adam, which stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
The actor – who was diagnosed with alopecia universalis aged 12 – is believed to be residing in Los Angeles with his girlfriend Mercy Malick.
The actor has been in a relationship with Malick since 2009.
He began his acting career with a guest appearance in the British crime drama The Bill in 1999.
Reports: DailyMail.com has reached out to the actor’s reps who were so far unavailable for comment (pictured above this month)