NEW YORK (AP) — Robert Iler of "The Sopranos" appeared briefly in court Monday but was not immediately indicted on charges he and two teenagers robbed two other teens of $40 on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Assistant District Attorney Robert Wallack told Manhattan Criminal Judge Judith Levitt that there had been no grand jury action on the case. Levitt ordered the parties to return to court on July 18, by which time grand jury activity should be complete.
The 16-year-old Iler — who plays Anthony "A.J." Soprano, the pot-smoking, mischievous son of Tony Soprano on the HBO mob drama — wore a dark suit to court. Accompanied by his mother, he left the courthouse without commenting.