UFC legend Chuck Liddell was arrested in Los Angeles on Monday following an alleged domestic violence incident at his home, police said.
According to Fox 11, officials with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said they received a call from Liddell’s home in the city’s Hidden Hills area on Monday morning. Responding officers determined that Liddell and his wife were involved in some sort of physical incident, officials said.
Officials said his wife did not require medical treatment.
According to the station, Liddell, 51, was charged with domestic battery and his bail was set at $20,000. He was being held at the Sheriff’s Station in Lost Hill.
“The Iceman” was one of the first major UFC stars in the company’s history. He was known for his fights with Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture and Vitor Belfort.
He made headlines in 13 UFC events during his career.
He last fought at one of Oscar de la Hoya’s promotional events in a comeback match against Ortiz in Inglewood, California. He lost by knockout. His last UFC match came against Rich Franklin at UFC 115 in Vancouver in June 2010. He lost by knockout.