Singer lost it in foreclosure last year.
Puddle Of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin's streak of run-in's with police has unfortunately continued following reports that the rock singer was arrested for trashing his old house over the weekend, which he lost in foreclosure last year.
According to TMZ, Scantlin may have used a hatchet to break a window, while he also destroyed audio electronics, surveillance cameras and an alarm system while inside the home on Saturday morning.
Scantlin and two other people with him at the time were charged with trespassing and vandalism. He was later released after posting $20,000 bail.
The below video shows Scantlin being escorted from the Hollywood Hills property by LAPD officers.
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It comes just two weeks after the 43-year-old songwriter was pulled over for an expired vehicle registration and later booked with misdemeanor drug charges.
In January of last year, Scantlin was arrested for riding a baggage carousel at a Denver airport and in July he was charged with driving under the influence and being involved in a high-speed chase with police.
Last year Puddle Of Mudd announced that a new album is in the works which will mark their first new material since 2011's Re:(disc)overed.