Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara has been banned from the club's training ground indefinitely.
A report from the Daily Mail yesterday stated that the Frenchman was arrested by Metropolitan police following an incident with a staff member at their New Malden HQ.
And now, it's been revealed what sparked the explosive scenes in west London.
A follow up report from Daily Mail journalist Sami Mokbel has stated that Kamara got into a fight with a security guard after confronting Fulham chief Alistair Macintosh.
Kamara confronted him over a fine, which had been issued after he failed to turn up for training.
He's now been arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm.
The reason Kamara had skipped the training session in question was because he had been banished to the U23 side for his 'yoga brawl' with Aleksandar Mitrovic.
He was to train with the U23's until he found a new club in this transfer window, but refused to come in after the FA Cup loss to Oldham.
The incident with the security guard is said to have happened in front of numerous Fulham employees, who have now given statements.
A spokesman from the Met said: "Police were called to a training ground in New Malden, shortly after 17.00hrs on Monday, 21 January to reports of a fight. Officers attended.
"One man, in his 20s, was arrested on suspicion of ABH and criminal damage.
"He was taken into custody at a south London police station and subsequently released under investigation."
It is the most serious of the incidents which have surrounded Kamara in recent weeks.
The £5.4m signing from Amiens had an on-pitch spat with Mitrovic over a penalty against Huddersfield, a spot kick which he subsequently missed.
He then clashed with the Serbian again during a yoga session after reportedly talking out loud and irritating the striker.
What is certain right now is that Kamara's future at the club is over.