He's been missing since November 27th, and now more details have surfaced about Michael Cavallari's sordid past.
Radar Online spoke to authorities in the San Clemente, CA, who confirmed that Cavallari, 30, was arrested on November 23rd for "criminal threats."
“The victim/informant was in her home when she heard tapping that sounded like a piece of metal hitting her door,” Chief Information Officer Kirk Wilkerson told the publication.
“She looked through the peep hole and cracked the door open but did not see anyone.
"She then looked out the window to the walkway between her apartment and the parking lot and saw Michael with a shotgun pressed to his shoulder and the barrel raised parallel to the ground, aiming down the path."
Prior to that, the female and Cavallari argued and she was "in fear of him."
Officers arrived at the scene, confiscated Cavallari's gun then found more damaging evidence at his home. Cavallari was then arrested.
“While speaking with Michael, deputies could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath,” Wilkerson said.
“Michael admitted to having a loaded shotgun in his trunk.”
In August, Cavallari called the cops on the female, alleging that she punched him in the face. Unfortunately, Cavallari had a bench warrant out for his arrest, so he was then taken into custody.
Cavallari's car was found abandoned by the side of the road in Utah, with the motor still running.