Brian Hickerson already has a lot on his plate, at the top of which is domestic violence-related problems. Unfortunately for the actor, his woes just got appended after he was involved in a massive brawl with girlfriend Hayden Panettiere in Los Angeles on Thursday, Mar. 24.

In a report from TMZ, Hickerson and Panettiere exchanged blows with another group after they were all thrown out of the Sunset Marquis hotel.

According to witnesses, the problem started when Hickerson allegedly commented on an individual about leaving a waitress with a poor tip, reported.

The comment allegedly sparked badgering and shoving, forcing security to kick out all of them.

"Brian was attacked by the group as was Hayden who in her best effort tried to diffuse the situation. Hayden was refused the opportunity to provide a statement to the police as she was escorted back inside. She is okay," an unnamed representative said in the report.

The trouble carried on outside with both Hickerson and Panettiere slugging it out with the said group. The 32-year-old actress was also overheard screaming, “Brian, jail,” seemingly reminding him that he is on probation after being arrested multiple times for domestic violence against her.

After the melee, Hickerson and Panettiere headed back into the hotel and apologized for the incident.

Law enforcement got a call for a fight at the hotel, but by the time they arrived, everyone had left and no report has been filed.

It was back in July when it was reported that Hickerson and Panettiere were spending time once more after a domestic violence case.

It was in April when Hickerson was sentenced to 45 days in jail after pleading no contest to two felony counts of injuring a spouse/cohabitant/girlfriend/child's parent, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office confirmed to PEOPLE at the time. He served his sentence from May 7 through May 20, jail records show.

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