Kansas City Chiefs’ Isaiah Buggs was arrested Sunday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, for a burglary charge, while already facing animal cruelty charges related to two malnourished dogs.

Buggs was charged with second-degree domestic violence burglary and posted a $5,000 bond. The arrest occurred after officers responded to a 911 call early Sunday morning. Buggs was held on a 12-hour domestic violence hold before his release. Alabama law states a domestic violence burglary charge applies if the victim is a relative, current or former romantic partner, or shares a child or household with the suspect.

Kansas City Chiefs' Isaiah Buggs Faces Burglary Charge Amid Animal Cruelty Allegations
The back-to-back Super Bowl Champions have had its fair share of controversies over the past few weeks

In the separate animal cruelty case, police found two malnourished dogs at Buggs’ rented residence. One of the dogs, a pit bull, was euthanized due to aggressive behavior and poor health. Buggs’ agent denied the allegations, claiming the dogs did not belong to Buggs and that he was unaware of their presence.

The Chiefs have had a controversial offseason. Teammate Rashee Rice faced legal issues for aggravated assault following a car crash in Dallas. Additionally, kicker Harrison Butker faced backlash for his commencement speech at Benedictine College, criticizing abortion, Pride month, and Covid-19 lockdowns. Chiefs stars Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce addressed the controversy, defending Butker’s right to his opinions while distancing themselves from his views.