WALTERBORO, S.C. — A former child actor who starred in one of the “Star Wars” movie sequels was in an all-out flight from South Carolina law officers that hit speeds of about 120 mph, according to details of Jake Broadbent’s arrest released Tuesday.

Broadbent played a young Anakin Skywalker in the 1999 movie “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.”

Broadbent, 26, remained in the Colleton County jail Tuesday after his arrest Wednesday on charges including reckless driving and resisting arrest. Broadbent carried no identification, but deputies established he had a valid driver’s license with an Indianapolis address, said Colleton County Sheriff’s Sgt. Kyle Strickland.

His bond was set at $16,700.

A dashboard video released by the sheriff’s department shows Broadbent’s Nissan Maxima weaving through traffic on Interstate 95. A pickup truck with flashing blue lights pulled alongside the car and tried to force it into a spinout by bumping it onto the interstate’s grassy median.

Broadbent’s car keeps going until a police vehicle again bumps it, pushing it sharply to the right off the interstate, down an incline and through a fence onto a parallel frontage road. Broadbent kept going, the report said.

Broadbent suffered small cuts to his face, head and arms after hitting the trees, the report said.

– From news service reports