Former Major League Baseball star Albert Belle was reportedly arrested for driving under the influence and indecent exposure in Scottsdale, Arizona on Sunday, according to multiple reports.
The Maricopa Sheriff's Office booked Belle, 51, on two counts indecent exposure, one count DUI-liquor/drugs/vapor/combo, and another count DUI with a blood alcohol content .08 or more -- commonly referred to as extreme DUI, according to ESPN.
Belle, a 12-year MLB veteran, spent time with the Cleveland Indiana, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles from 1989-2000. During that span he was named to five All-Star teams, led the American League in RBIs three times and hit a league-leading and career-high 50 home runs in 1995. For his career, Belle had a .295 batting average, 1,239 RBIs, and 381 home runs.
According to ESPN, he had several run-ins with the law during his career as well as after he retired. In 1997, he settled a class action suit after he was accused chasing kids with his car and bumping one after they egged his house. He was also sentenced to 90 days in jail and five years' probation in 2006 after he admitted to stalking his former girlfriend.