Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been once again arrested and is behind bars, at the moment..
There aren't many details on the rocker's latest alleged misdemeanour and the charges he is facing remain sketchy, but we know that police arrested the 61-year-old at his home in Tauranga on Saturday night.
Rudd's lawyer Craig Tuck didn't say much, when contacted:
"All I can say is he has been arrested and will be appearing on Monday at 10 a.m. in the Tauranga District Court. That's all I can say for now and that's all I am telling everyone who is calling"!
Bay of Plenty Police district communications manager Kim Perks said: "[Phil Rudd's] lawyer has previously indicated to police that media attention is not helpful. We are not making any comment until after tomorrow morning's court appearance"
The arrest comes just over a week after Rudd was sentenced to eight months' home detention, after he admitted charges of threatening to kill an employee, and for methamphetamine and cannabis found in his home in a police raid in 2014.
Rudd was sentenced in the Tauranga District Court on July 9 by Judge Thomas Ingram, who warned him he would go to prison if he breached the terms of his sentence.
"I stone cold guarantee that's where you'll end up. I'm not your headmaster, I'm not your father, I'm a judge."
Ingram ordered Rudd be monitored 24 hours a day during his home detention, to be served at his waterfront Tauranga mansion.
The Judge added that there "was nowhere to hide" and that if drugs or alcohol were found in his system, he would face jail time.
Ingram continued: "QUEEN replaced Freddie Mercury, and your band is touring without you now."
Rudd played with AC/DC for 30 years and performed on AC/DC's new album, "Rock Or Bust". Chris Slade, who played with AC/DC from 1990 to 1993, is the group's drummer for the current world tour.