Reality TV star Ricardo Medina Jr. arrives at the premiere of 'Dirty Love' at the ArcLight Cinerama Dome on September 19, 2005 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Mark Mainz/Getty Images)

Former "Power Rangers" actor Ricardo Medina Jr. was rearrested Thursday and charged with murder for allegedly stabbing his roommate Josh Sutter to death with a sword on January 2015 at a house in Green Valley, after the two men were reportedly arguing about Medina's girlfriend,Variety reports.

The actor was previously arrested after the death of Sutter, but was released on February 3, 2015 because the District Attorney's Office said there wasn't adequate evidence to charge him at the time, however; authorities said that they were going to continue with the investigation. "I want to say I am very, very, very sorry for what occurred," Medina told reporters as he walked free last year, "I'm very happy to be out of jail and my heart goes out to the Sutter family. Thank you."

According to a news release from the LA County DA's Office, he's scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday January 19 at the Antelope Valley Branch of the Los Angeles Superior Court. The prosecution will ask for bail to be set at $1 million and if he's found guilty Medina faces 26 years to life in a state prison. He's best known for his role as Cole Evans on “Power Rangers Wild Force” in 2002 and he later played Deker in “Power Rangers Samurai” between 2011 and 2012.

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