Actor Anthony Michael Hall, star of 1980s teen films such as "The Breakfast Club," was released from jail Tuesday after he was arrested for causing a disturbance at his Los Angeles condominium complex.

Hall allegedly went through the complex yelling, tearing up plants and knocking on doors Monday night, TMZ reported.

When a neighbor opened his door and asked Hall what he was doing, Hall responded with profanity and a threat to beat the neighbor "to a pulp," according to the Los Angeles Times. A short time later, he knocked on the neighbor's door and challenged him to a fight.

The neighbor called the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) while another resident of the complex made a citizen's arrest.

LAPD officers arrived on the scene and arrested Hall on suspicion of disturbing the peace. He was released shortly after 12:00am Tuesday.

Hall, part of the "Brat Pack" of 1980s teen-movie actors that included Molly Ringwald and Rob Lowe, also starred in "Sixteen Candles" and "Weird Science." He played a Gotham Cable News reporter in the 2008 blockbuster "The Dark Knight."