The 93rd Academy Awards’ change of venue due to the coronavirus puts Hollywood’s biggest stars in more danger of the city’s criminal element than usual. Fox News confirmed that a man was arrested in the Union Station area where crew members were setting up to welcome the biggest movie stars of the year later on Sunday. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said a male adult was taken into custody for private person battery after he pushed a security guard who attempted to stop him from allegedly breaking into a secured area. The suspect was taken into custody by police shortly after the incident around 11 a.m. PT. The police spokesperson noted that the security guard was not injured in the incident. The Oscars, which usually take place at the Dolby Theater, are in the downtown Los Angeles space for the first time ever in an effort to reimagine the show in a safe way so that celebrities and filmmakers can actually attend the event, marking one of the first major award shows to do so since the coronavirus pandemic hit. OSCARS 2021: A BREAKDOWN OF THE NOMINATED MOVIES The Academy Awards will take place in a different venue in 2021. (Danny


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