Possession of marijuana and resisting arrest
"On October 25, 1999, McConaughey was arrested at his home in Austin, Texas; the charges included possession of marijuana and resisting arrest. The police were responding at 2:37 a.m. to a disturbance call after a neighbor complained of loud music from the house next-door. They arrived to "easily hear very loud music," bongo drum playing and clapping coming from McConaughey's residence. According to official police reports, McConaughey was found dancing around naked and playing bongo drums with a friend, actor Cole Hauser, a co-actor in Dazed and Confused (1993). The drug charges were dropped, but McConaughey pled guilty for violating the city's noise ordinance and paid a USD $50 fine."
Comment by Joe:
I lived in Austin when that happened to Matthew. He was in his house with two unknown adults, a man and a woman. The police claim to have forced entry due to visualization of drugs (marijuana) in the possession of all involved. After the arrest Matthew was fighting the record and arrest due to the fact that the police had no right of entry. He claims his lights were very low, which would have made it nearly impossible to see anything at all in the dark house. Otherwise it was all the same. He was nude, singing, and playing the bongos.
If you have more details about this incident let me know.
More at oneposter.com