Former Strikeforce and Titan Fighting Championships fighter Brett Rogers was arrested again on Monday after failing to comply with all the conditions of his pre-release in September.
A warrant was issued for his arrest and Rogers was taken into custody on Monday morning in Minnesota. The story was first reported by the Apple Valley Patch.
Rogers was released several months ago after a plea agreement with prosecutors stemming from a domestic assault case.
According to the plea agreement Rogers made with the prosecutors, for pleading guilty the charges of strangulation, harassment and child endangerment would be dropped from his record.
This is just the latest incident in what has been a rollercoaster ride for Rogers in 2011. When he was initially arrested earlier this year, his contract with Strikeforce was terminated and he was released.
Rogers tried to get his fight career back on track last month, but ended up losing a decision to former UFC fighter Eddie Sanchez.
Now Rogers finds himself back in hot water with law enforcement as he awaits his sentencing hearing on Nov. 30. The maximum penalty Rogers can face is five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.