One day after he was arrested on domestic violence charges, Alabama defensive tackle Jonathan Taylor has been dismissed from the team. The news broke Sunday afternoon, and Alabama head coach Nick Saban issued a statement regarding Taylor’s dismissal.

Taylor enrolled at Alabama in January after spending last season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, Miss. He began his career at the University of Georgia in 2012 but was dismissed last summer after he was arrested and charged with felony aggravated assault and family violence for choking and then striking his then-girlfriend.

His most recent incident involved a 24-year old female victim who suffered minor injuries to her neck. Taylor was charged with domestic violence third degree assault and domestic violence third degree criminal mischief.

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Taylor, a 6-foot-4, 335-pound defensive tackle, was given a second chance by Saban and the Tide, but needed less than three months to wear out his welcome in Tuscaloosa.

Update (2:57 p.m. ET): Alabama athletic director Bill Battle released a statement of his own regarding Taylor’s dismissal on Sunday.