One-hit wonder Vanilla Ice was arrested on Wednesday for stealing furniture from a mansion in Lantana, Florida.
The rapper, whose real name is Robert VanWinkle, was charged with burglary of a residence and grand theft after meeting with police yesterday. He was later released on $6,000 bail.
Vanilla Ice tells WPTV the incident was a "misunderstanding." (Photo Credit: WPTV)
The incident occurred in December, when items including furniture, a pool heater and bicycles were found to be missing from the property, which was in the process of foreclosure.
The 47-year-old was in the area at the time renovating a home for his DIY Network TV show, 'The Vanilla Ice Project.'
Officers allegedly found some of the items in his possession, which were later returned to the owner.
Vanilla Ice Official Mugshot. (Photo Credit: Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office)
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"DIY Network has been made aware of this situation and is currently looking into the matter," a network spokesperson told 'USA Today'.
This isn't the first time the rapper has been in trouble with the law. He was arrested in 1991 for threatening a homeless man with a gun, and again ten years later for assaulting his wife. He was accused of assaulting her again in 2008 and was released from prison one day later.