Bonaduce, 48, was a child star on “The Partridge Family,” starred in the 2005 reality show “Breaking Bonaduce,” and has recently co-hosted Adam Carolla’s radio show. Owen Wilson back in spotlight Owen Wilson has returned to the public eye, making an appearance at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film, “The Darjeeling Limited.” Sporting a shaggy blond beard and wearing a dark jacket, Wilson was joined by cast mates Adrien Brody, Anjelica Huston, Jason Schwartzman and filmmaker Wes Anderson. It was among Wilson’s first public appearances since an apparent suicide attempt in late August. The premiere was held Thursday night at the headquarters of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. “The Darjeeling Limited,” now in theaters, is the story of three brothers who journey by train through India. Before the movie started, Anderson introduced Wilson, his longtime friend and collaborator, saying, “I’ve never made a movie without him and I hope I never have to.” Anderson and Wilson have worked together on several films, including “The Royal Tenenbaums,” for which they were nominated for a Best Screenplay Oscar.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Danny Bonaduce won’t face charges for giving former “Survivor” contestant Johnny Fairplay a face-plant on stage at an awards show. A charge-evaluation document released by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office on Friday said there was “insufficient evidence” to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Bonaduce committed battery because Fairplay “initiated contact and acted offensively.” Fairplay, 33, said he underwent 2 hours of dental surgery after Bonaduce tossed him over his shoulders at the Fox Reality Channel’s Really Awards on Tuesday. The evaluation worksheet said Fairplay jumped on Bonaduce, “wrapped his arms and legs around the suspect and thrust his pelvis into the suspect’s body.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityDeputy District Attorney Jeffrey Boxer wrote that Bonaduce did not intentionally injure Fairplay and his “actions fell within the realm of self-defense.” Fairplay’s police report claimed Bonaduce walked on stage uninvited and made a “derogatory statement.” Fairplay later said he was giving Bonaduce a hug, one of his signature moves. A video of the incident captured the sound of the audience booing. Fairplay, whose real name is Jon Dalton, appeared in the 2003 CBS show “Survivor: Pearl Islands” and came in third.