Former Texas A&M LB Santino Marchiol has been on the move a lot during his college career.

First, he left the Aggies and made some wild accusations about Jimbo Fisher’s staff on his way out. Then, he ended up at Arizona, but was dismissed from the team after a video surfaced of him using racist language to describe his A&M teammates. Most recently, he was reported to be walking on to the Colorado roster.

Now, though, he faces legal trouble. The Denver Post reported this week that Marchiol was arrested back in June on suspicion of domestic violence:

Marchiol was booked on suspicion of second-degree assault bodily injury, a felony, according to an arrest report. He also faces two misdemeanor assault charges and a contempt of court protection order violation, also a misdemeanor, according to court records. He was released on bail on June 25.

Marchiol is scheduled in court for an advisement hearing on Wednesday, per the report.