The next time "Harry Potter" actor Jamie Waylett gets high, he better only be riding a broom during a quidditch match.
The British teenager, who plays Slytherin bully Vincent Crabbe in the "Harry Potter" films, was arrested in London Tuesday on suspicion of possessing marijuana, report several British news sources.
Waylett, 19, and a friend were driving when they were pulled over. A search of the car produced eight bags of pot inside.
As if that weren't enough, Waylett's home that he shares with his mom and three siblings was raided later. Officers found what appeared to be 10 cannabis plants growing under a hydroponic light that was sitting next to a PlayStation console. That's a new way to do it.
The young actor is due back in court in July.
The sixth film in the children's series, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," hits theaters on July 17.
In the films and books, Vincent Crabbe uses his superior strength but inferior brain to be one of Draco Malfoy's (Tom Felton) minions who makes life hard for Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and his Hogwarts pals. His father is a Death Eater.