Weston Coppola Cage, Nicolas Cage's son, was recently hospitalized following an altercation in Hollywood, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Sources told the newspaper that Weston Coppola Cage began fighting with an unidentified individual on Tuesday, June 7, around 4:10 p.m. in Hollywood. Weston Coppola Cage was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with unspecified injuries and his father was present at the hospital.
An LAPD officer told E! News: "We are confirming there was a situation at Selma and Ivar Avenues about 4:10 p.m. A man was taken to a hospital with minor injuries but there is no criminal investigation and no arrests."
The altercation took place near the Farmer's Kitchen restaurant where Weston was reportedly dining with his trainer. E! News said Weston Coppola Cage is in the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
The 20-year-old married musician Nikki Williams in New Orleans last April. He announced the engagement a week before the wedding on her Twitter account.
Weston Coppola Cage is the lead singer of death metal band Eyes of Noctum. The group's upcoming album "Narcoma" is slated for release later in the year.
Williams' song "Fly Again" was featured in Gwyneth Paltrow's recent film "Country Strong." She was born and raised in South Africa and lives in Nashville, TN.
Weston Coppola Cage is Nicolage Cage's son from his previous relationship with actress Christina Fulton. The actor has been married three times - the first time to Patricia Arquette, then to Lisa Marie Presley and finally to his current wife, former waitress Alice Kim. The couple has one son, Kal-El, who is named after Superman's birth name.
On April 15, Nicolas Cage was arrested in New Orleans for allegedly assaulting his wife after becoming intoxicated and forgetting where they were staying. The actor was held in custody until his $11,000 bail was posted by Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman.
Weston Coppola Cage appeared in the 2009 film "Raven" and in Nicolas Cage's film "Lord of War." The two also collaborated on a comic book called "Voodoo Child," which was published by Virgin Comics.