Gary Coleman was arrested Sunday for domestic violence, authorities said.
The former child star was arrested in Santaquin, Utah on a domestic assault warrant and booked into the Utah County jail about 1:30 p.m., according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.
He was wanted for one count of domestic assault – a misdemeanor – though it’s unclear when the incident occurred. Utah County Deputy Denton, who declined to give her first name, said the warrant stemmed from a missed court date.
Coleman is working on posting bail of $1,725, Denton said, and the jail doesn’t have any record of who his alleged victim was.
The “Diff’rent Strokes” star had another run in with cops only recently, when his wife locked her husband out of their house and unleashed a profane tirade at police in their drive way in July.
“F— you and f— him!” Shannon Price, 23, screamed before her arrest.
“You deserve this after how you treated me!” she shouted at Coleman was the star stood amidst toppled furniture, scattered DVDs and strewn clothes.
Coleman, 41, was not injured, although a police report said “his bedroom was destroyed.”
Price was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and disorderly conduct.
The pair met on the set of the comedy film “Church Ball” just five months before exchanging vows.
In 2008, the couple almost split during an appearance on the syndicated “Divorce Court,” where Price described Coleman as distant and depressed.
Coleman also pleaded no contest in 2008 to charges he rammed a fan with his truck outside a bowling alley.
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