Former middleweight boxing champion Jermain Taylor was arrested Wednesday in Little Rock, Arkansas, after another alleged domestic violence incident in which he is said to have threatened to kill a woman.

According to a police report, Taylor, 40, allegedly punched a woman and held a knife to her throat. He was arrested at his home at 3:25 p.m. and was booked in Pulaski County jail on charges of third-degree domestic battery and aggravated assault on a family or household member.

The arrest Wednesday is the latest of several run-ins with the law Taylor has had in recent years. Maumelle police arrested him in July 2017 after a woman Taylor had been dating accused him of attacking her, police reported. Court records show prosecutors dropped the charges Aug. 14.

In August 2016, Taylor was given a suspended sentence of 19 years in three separate cases. He was charged with second-degree battery in an incident at a substance abuse treatment facility in May 2015. He was charged with five counts of aggravated assault and one count possession of a controlled substance after he fired a gun during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Little Rock in January 2015. And he was also charged with first-degree battery and terroristic threatening after police he shot and wounded his cousin in August 2014, police reported.

Taylor, nicknamed “Bad Intentions,” is a two-time International Boxing Federation middleweight champion. He won a bronze medal in the 2000 Olympics in the light middleweight division.