Phil Rudd, the drummer for AC/DC who was recently sentenced to eight months house arrest for making death threats against a former employee, was re-arrested at his home over the weekend, the New Zealand website Stuff reports.
Rudd, 61, was taken into custody on unspecified charges at his home in Tauranga on Saturday night and is due in court on Monday, according to Stuff.
On July 9, Rudd was sentenced to eight months of home detention, during which he would be under 24-hour surveillance, after he pleaded guilty to threatening to kill a former employee, as well as possession of marijuana and methamphetamine.
If Rudd violates the terms of his sentence, which prohibit him from being in possession of drugs or alcohol, he will go to jail, a judge told him at the time. He was also ordered to enter rehab.
AC/DC is currently touring with a replacement drummer.