By TMZ Sports
Former four division world champion Adrien Broner has been arrested for the second time this month ... this time the boxer was popped in Ohio for reckless driving.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Dept. confirms the 26-year-old was pulled over Tuesday morning -- and booked at 10:19 AM.
He was taken to a nearby station where he posed for a mug shot ... the second one he's taken in recent weeks.
Broner is currently behind bars in Ohio -- and will be there for the next 10 days -- to serve his punishment stemming from a previous reckless driving conviction.
Here's what we know ... Broner was sentenced to 6 months probation back in July 2015 stemming from a drunk driving arrest in which he told the officer he was super rich and famous.
He later pled no contest to reckless driving.
But according to court documents, Broner violated his probation in November 2015 -- and was sentenced to 10 days behind bars.
Broner appeared in court this morning -- and pled guilty to probation violation and formally began his 10 day sentence.
He's behind bars at a jail in Hamilton County, Ohio.
Broner was arrested April 4th on assault and battery charges stemming from allegations he beat up and robbed a man at a bowling alley back in January. The victim claims Broner robbed him after they were gambling on high stakes bowling. He claims to have won several games, and then Broner waited for him outside of the bowling alley - and allegedly knocked him out and took all of the money.