Another woman has come forward with allegations against former “Sons of Guns” star Will Hayden, prompting East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Detectives Monday to add forcible rape to the list of charges the 49-year-old is facing.

The victim told detectives she was allegedly raped 22 years ago—when she was 12 years old—while she was staying with the Hayden family at their apartment.

A source with the police told us though there has been speculation that Hayden’s older daughter Stephanie Hayden Ford was making claims against him, the woman who came forward to them is not Ford. 

Hayden is still in custody and being held on $250,000 bond.

He was arrested on Aug. 8 for molestation of a juvenile and aggravated crimes against nature for allegedly raping another 12-year-old victim “daily.” Various media outlets at the time reported that the girl who reported the sexual abuse was his daughter. Police told FOX411 they could not comment on the girl’s identity because she is a minor.

Hayden gained fame as the star of the Discovery Channel series “Sons of Guns,” which followed his family as they ran his Red Jacket Firearm company in Louisiana. Red Jacket has since cut all ties with Hayden and Discovery Channel canceled the series shortly after hearing of his charges.

A lawyer for Hayden did not return FOX411's request for comment. 

A rep for Stephanie Hayden Ford told FOX411 she was not going to comment on the allegations against her father at this time. She will be appearing on Dr. Phil McGraw's show on Thursday, and a press release for the show promises that during the episode "Ford makes new allegations against her father." 

"I decided to appear on 'Dr. Phil' to tell my story exclusively because I know he would take it seriously," she said in a statement. "With my father now in jail, everyone in my family and in our company are now talking openly for the first time. I have nothing to gain from this exclusive interview, but to begin living in truth and getting help for myself and my sister. I just pray that our story will somehow prevent another victim from staying silent."

Red Jacket Firearms did not return FOX411's request for comment.