According to an arrest affidavit, Azea Augustama, who represented Haiti at the 2008 Olympics, has been arrested and accused of threatening to shoot up a gym in South Florida.

The former boxer was arrested Tuesday after putting a deposit down to buy an AK-47 and was accused of three felonies - including one count of threatening to kill or do bodily harm, per the affidavit.

After an argument, the 39-year-old Augustama’s membership at the Boxr gym in Miami, Florida was revoked on November 11.

“Something was off. He was just acting a little funny and started acting aggressive,” Mateo Attalla, the owner of Boxr, told CNN.

On Tuesday morning, Augustama returned to the gym to get his belongings.

“He was escorted in with cops to get belongings and, of course, belongings weren’t there,” Attalla said.

A detective stated in the arrest report that later that day Augustama made several threatening posts on social media that contained “threats to kill or do bodily harm with a firearm.”

According to Attalla, Augustama tagged the gym in some of the threatening posts - and the posts included a receipt for a deposit for an AK-47.

According to the affidavit, Augustama sent someone a message with a picture of one of the potential victims, indicating “he’s first when I get my gun or with something else first (RIP).”

It's being reported, that on Tuesday Augustama drove to a nearby pawn shop and put down a $150 deposit on an AK-47.

He's currently being held at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami on a $3 million bond.

Augustama has not fought since 2017. He left his career with a record of 20-3, with 12 wins by knockout. In his biggest career fight, he lost a ten round decision to Edwin Rodriguez in 2014.