Former NBA player reportedly arrested in alleged attack at Trump Hotel

This isn't the first time Adrien has gotten in trouble with the law.
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A former NBA player and UConn basketball player is in trouble with the law again.

Jeff Adrien was charged with stealing a car and taking it for a joyride in Los Angeles just two months ago. Now, he’s reportedly causing more trouble, this time across the country from the scene of his previous charged crime.

Via the New York Post:

[Adrien] was arrested last month for attacking a security guard at the Trump SoHo hotel in Manhattan, The Post has learned.

The Post added Adrien "will appear Tuesday in Manhattan Criminal Court to face charges of assault and criminal trespass in connection with the Jan. 10 attack."

Adrien made a name for himself at the University of Connecticut, starring as one of the best players on a No. 1-seeded NCAA Tournament team that included Hasheem Thabeet and Kemba Walker among others. His NBA career, which included short stints with the Rockets, Warriors, Bucks, Timberwolves and Bobcats, wasn’t quite as glorious.

Adrien was charged with stealing a Mercedes from a valet in L.A. and taking it on a six-hour joyride back in December 2015.