Controversial EliteXC fighter Charles "Krazy Horse" Bennett has run afoul of the law once again -- he was arrested for a domestic dispute on Monday, according to ProElite.com.
Bennett will be arraigned on Tuesday, January 22.
This is just the latest transgression for Krazy Horse -- the same man who claims to have knocked out Wanderlei Silva backstage at a Pride FC New Year's Eve show in 2005. He was convicted in Marion County, Fla., for possession and sale of cocaine on August 4, 2000. And he was arrested on charges of assault and false imprisonment in May 2007.
To check out a video montage of all his mug shots click here -- it's rather ridiculous.
Krazy Horse's latest run in with the law will cause him to miss his upcoming match against Victor Valenzuela at a King of the Cage show in Highland, Calif., on January 24.
Bennett had previously fought Valenzuela twice. He most recently lost in the first round from strikes at an EliteXC show in August 2007. And the pair fought to a draw at a King of the Cage show back in August 2005.
Matt "Warlock" Ver Halen will replace Bennett on the card.