Jeremy London has been arrested for domestic violence.

The 45-year-old actor, who is best known for starring in the 1995 comedy “Mallrats" and the television series "7th Heaven," was booked in Jackson County, Mississippi. It’s unclear who may have also been involved in the incident.

Reps for the ‘90s star did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

"London was released from the Jackson County Adult Detention Center at 7:40 central time [Friday] on a $2,500 bond," Sheriff Mike Ezell told Fox News in a written statement. "The charge against him is a misdemeanor that will be heard in Jackson County Justice Court."

Jackson County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Marcia Hill also told the Sun Herald that London was arrested following a fight with his wife, Juliet London.

Dominic Friesen, a representative for London, told TMZ that the arrest was a private matter. It is unclear if London has a lawyer.

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The cast of the popular television series "Party of Five" pose together at a party celebrating the program's 100th episode, November 5. Shown are cast members (L-R) Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jeremy London, Lacey Chabert, Neve Campbell, unidentified musician at party and actress Paula Devicq. (Reuters)

This isn’t the first time London has had trouble with the law. The celebrity gossip site reported London was originally charged with domestic violence in 2012 after a fight with his estranged wife, “7th Heaven” co-star Melissa Cunningham. He allegedly pulled her hair and hit her on the head. However, the charges were dismissed a year later.

The pair appeared on “Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew” in 2011 in hopes of working out their marriage. The couple officially divorced in 2014.

That same year, the UK’s Daily Mail reported London went on to marry actress Juliet Reeves. They welcomed a son named Wyatt.

London is the twin brother of fellow actor Jason London. He also starred in the television series "Party of Five" and "Journey to the Center of the Earth."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.