Big Brother US winner Mike “Boogie” Malin has been arrested by a California judge.
After Mike failed to appear for a court date, the judge issued an order.
The winner of the seventh season of the reality show also did not answer his phone after the judge ordered the public defender to call him.
Malin pleaded no contest to felony stalking in a case involving his former ‘BB’ buddy Dr Will Kirby last year, and he was sentenced to two years probation and ordered to pay Dr Will more than $44,000.
Malin’s public defender informed the judge that his client lacked the funds to pay the restitution.
The arrest warrant was issued by the judge who revoked Malin’s probation after he failed to appear in court for a hearing related to his felony stalking case. He also set bail for Malin at $20,000 after revoking his probation.
Malin was scheduled to appear in court two weeks ago for a “proof of live-in program” hearing, but he did not appear. His public defender accepted responsibility, and the judge rescheduled the case for Wednesday, September 28. After being given a second chance, the reality show star failed to appear.