Jarrod Schulz has been accused of assaulting his well-known former girlfriend.
Who also happens to be his co-star on the long-running reality show Storage Wars.
He may be in serious trouble with the law.
According to TMZ, Schulz was arrested on April 30 for an incident involving Brandi Passante, from whole he split about two years ago.
Law enforcement insiders tell the celebrity gossip website that Passante was hanging out with friends at a bar in Orange County when she got into a heated exchange with Schulz.
Brandi eventually asked Jarrod to leave.
Instead, Schulz allegedly pushed his ex on two occasions and also continually screamed at her group of pals.
The police were called to the bar, but Jarrod had left by the time they showed up on the scene.
A police report was taken … and a few days later Schulz talked to cops, denying ever placed his hands on Brandi.
However, the Orange County D.A.s Office charged Schulz nevertheless with one count of misdemeanor domestic violence battery.
Jarrod and Brandi have appeared on all 13 seasons of this smash hit A&E show.
They’ve been dubbed “The Young Guns” because they’re the youngest auction bidders in the main cast, and they share two children.
On the Season 13 premiere, though, Passante finally admitted she and Schulz had broken up.
“I’m not with Jarrod anymore,” Passante said on the episode.
In his own interview on the program, Schulz explained:
“Just because me and Brandi aren’t together anymore, doesn’t mean we can’t go to an auction — but separately.”
The premiere then featured the two crossing paths at an auction, with Passante calling Schulz “an idiot” for spending $400 on a storage unit that didn’t especially look profitable.
According to Passante, she had actually called things off with Schulz after filming the 12th season of Storage Wars, which premiered way back in November 2018.
She quickly touched on the development last year during a Facebook Live interview with The Dad Diary.
When host Danny Jordan asked how has being a single mother affected her life, Passante — who shares daughter Payton and son Cameron with Schulz — responded:
“I did a lot of it on my own anyway, but it’s the scary dad voice in the background that we’re missing.”
In February 2021, Passante spoke about her current love life while appearing on the Spirit Talk YouTube channel, revealing that she’s seeing “no one in particular” and “just going with the flow right now” and concluding:
“I wasn’t really allowed to have an identity for many, many years. And so these last couple of years, I’m kind of coming into my own and figuring out who I am.
“I just don’t have an attachment to anyone.
“I’ve definitely dated and things like that, but … right now it’s not something I’m really trying hard to seek out. I’m waiting until I can feel an attachment to someone.