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      Brad Renfro missed the Thursday premiere of his new film "Bully" to return to a Florida court to answer allegations that he has violated probation. The 18-year-old actor, who starred in "The Client" in 1994, appeared in a Ft. Lauderdale courtroom Wednesday and will be back in court Tuesday after undergoing drug and alcohol testing, according to court officials. "It's about time for me to grow up, and these people gave me more than enough of a chance to grow up," Renfro said of his regrets about getting in trouble again. Renfro was in court because of his May arrest in his native Knoxville, Tenn., on charges of underage drinking. He was already on two years' probation stemming from a boat theft case in January. Authorities said Renfro and a friend tried to steal a 45-foot yacht from Holiday Harbor but failed to untie all the docking lines. The stern of the $175,000 boat was damaged in the botched crime and Renfro was also ordered to pay $4,000. Renfro had been in South Florida filming "Bully," an adaptation of Jim Schutze's book about the suburban murder of 20-year-old Bobby Kent in 1993. The movie opened in theaters Friday.
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