Phoenix Suns forward Josh Jackson attended Rolling Loud Miami over the weekend, but it reportedly didn't end too well for him. In fact, he left the festival in cuffs.

Talk show host Andy Slater tweeted about Jackson's arrest with his mugshot, revealing that he was arrested at the festival after he attempted to enter the VIP area numerous time without the correct pass. "After cops handcuffed him, he ran away," he added.

Jackson has been charged with escape and resisting arrest. He's been assigned a June 10 hearing date.

The arrest was further confirmed by Phoenix-based sports reporter Gina Mizell, who posted his public case information on Twitter.

Jackson previously found himself in trouble with the law back in 2017, when it was reported that him and his then-Kansas Jayhawks teammate LaGerald Vick were named as persons of interest in a vandalism case. The two were accused of damaging Vick's ex-girlfriend's car. He pled not guilty to the vandalism charges, although he eventually made a diversion agreement and was ordered to take part in an anger management course.