Boonk was arrested Sunday by LASD-Santa Clarita Valley Patrol for allegedly threatening to shoot up a Game Stop. Footage of Boonk’s arrest surfaced online.
Boonk’s arrest report reveals he’s being held without bail.
Boonk has had a controversial rise to fame. Boonk became an internet sensation for his hilarious stunts.
The South Florida native was arrested last May for pranking Dunkin Donuts, NBC 6 reports.
Boonk, born John Robert Hill, was charged with burglary and petit theft after stealing a tray of doughnuts from a Dunkin’ Donuts in Miami Gardens on Saturday, May 13.
Boonk’s was filmed jumping over a counter and grabbing $38 worth of doughnuts before walking out of the store. Boonk returned the doughnuts upon the employee’s request.
Boonk stood before Judge Mindy Glazer in this case.
“This is one of those like, do it for the Vine, Internet type of like funny things. Not that funny or that smart but ultimately he did give it back judge,” public defender Kelsey Cruz said during Boonk’s court hearing after his arrest.
Boonk was reportedly referred to a court program with an alternate bond of $1,500 in the Dunkin’ Donuts case. He later pleaded not guilty and was sentenced to 60 days of probation.