Former NBA player Ben Gordon was arrested on a felony robbery charge in Los Angeles, the latest in a string of incidents over the past few months.
Gordon, 34, allegedly punched the manager of a downtown Los Angeles apartment complex on Saturday and pulled a knife. Gordon took money from the man that he said was his security deposit.
Gordon was arrested on Saturday and released Tuesday on $50,000 bail.
Gordon reportedly made more than $84 million in salary during his 11-year NBA career that ended in 2015.
The latest arrest occurred the same week in which Gordon was arrested in Manhattan of New York for driving with a forged license plate.
In late October, Gordon was ordered to undergo psychiatric evaluation from an incident with a woman at a store he owns in Mount Vernon, N.Y. Gordon got into an argument with the woman and locked her in the store. He became physical and started throwing and destroying items in the store and when police arrived, they found Gordon locked in a bathroom.
In June, Gordon was arrested for repeatedly pulling fire alarms at the downtown L.A. apartment complex where there was no indication of a fire.
Gordon was a college star at Connecticut and was the No. 3 overall pick of the 2004 NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls.
He twice averaged more than 20 points per game during his five seasons with the Bulls. He spent the next three seasons with the Detroit Pistons and also played two seasons with Charlotte and his final season (2014-15) with Orlando.
Gordon had a career scoring average of 14.9 points and made 1,171 3-pointers in 744 career games.