Former Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith was taken into custody by San Francisco police on Tuesday after turning himself in to authorities, multiple media outlets reported.
Smith was booked Tuesday afternoon on charges related to domestic violence after an arrest warrant had been issued on Monday.
Smith is being held on $30,000 bond on misdemeanor charges of willful infliction of corporal injury, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, false imprisonment and vandalism of less than $400.
The Raiders released Smith on Monday.
The warrant for Smith resulted from allegations that he assaulted a woman on Saturday night. When police arrived to respond to a 911 call, Smith was gone, leading police to issue an arrest warrant.
Smith's fiancee told TMZ.com on Monday that she was the victim of the alleged assault and added that her parents took Smith to a rehabilitation center at his request.
"I wish the best for Aldon. And I'm scared for his life with his addiction," Shawna McKnight, Smith's fiancee, told TMZ. "I cannot comment on the altercation, but I can tell you I love him and [am] so happy he turned to my family, who considers him family, and hopefully he gets the help he truly needs."
Smith proposed to McKnight on Valentine's Day.
Smith was a first-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers in 2011 and a first-team All-Pro in 2012, but he has had numerous off-field incidents.
He has faced weapons charges and has been arrested on DUI charges multiple times.
Smith last played in the NFL in 2015, when he played nine games for the Raiders and registered 3.5 sacks.
In November 2015, the NFL suspended Smith for one year because of his legal troubles and violation of the league's substance abuse policy.
Smith, 28, has played in 59 games, including 37 starts, during his five seasons in the NFL. He has 47.5 career sacks, including 19.5 in 2012 when he was named All-Pro.