Ryan Garcia was reportedly arrested in Beverly Hills on a felony vandalism charge.

According to People, the boxer was arrested at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on June 8 (Saturday) after authorities received a call regarding an "intoxicated person."

"During the investigation, the intoxicated person was identified as Ryan Garcia,” Lt. Andrew Myers of the Beverly Hills Police Department told the outlet.

"Upon obtaining statements from the hotel management, it was determined that Mr. Garcia was a registered guest of the hotel and had caused damage to a guest room and the hallway of the hotel," Myers added.

Boxer Ryan Garcia in the ring during a fight.
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The hotel requested that the 25-year-old be arrested, and he was taken to a local hospital.

According to TMZ, a video shows the boxer being led out of the hotel in handcuffs while wearing a bike helmet covering his face.

Garcia's attorney, Darin T. Chavez, released a statement saying that Garcia's arrest comes at an "extraordinarily challenging time for Ryan."

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A spokesperson for the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills also released a statement saying they are "cooperating fully with the local authorities."

"The wellbeing, safety and security of our guests are of paramount importance, and we continue to make every effort to ensure all practices and standards are in line with strict safety and security standards," the spokesperson shared.

According to USA TODAY, Garcia tested positive for a banned substance on April 20. He faces possible suspension by the New York State Athletic Commission.

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