Adrien Broner finds himself in hot water again.

The former boxing champ was reportedly arrested in Atlanta Monday night for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at the Lenox Square shopping center.

The woman told police that Broner inappropriately groped her. The 28-year-old boxer denied the allegations, but after being interviewed by police they arrested him for misdemeanor sexual battery, according to TMZ Sports.

While Broner denied the accusation, the cops thought there was sufficient evidence to apprehend him for misdemeanor sexual battery. He was due in court on Tuesday around 9:00 a.m. EST.

Monday’s episode is the latest in a series of outside-the-ring disasters for Broner. Back in September, video footage surfaced of what appeared to be Broner shoving a woman and punching a man in Las Vegas. Then, in January, at a Showtime boxing event, Broner insulted a room full of the top boxers in the world.

Previously, in 2014, he also faced an open warrant for public intoxication and disorderly conduct. Separate charges of domestic violence, intimidating a witness, and robbery was eventually dismissed.

Broner’s last fight was a unanimous-decision loss to Mikey Garcia in July 2017, and he is currently scheduled to return to the ring against Omar Figueroa Jr. on April 21.