Mike 'Boogie' Malin Found Guilty of Stalking 'Big Brother' Co-Star

Former Big Brother winner Mike "Boogie" Malin has been sentenced to a two-year probation and time in jail, after he was found guilty of stalking co-star Dr. Will Kirby.

Following his August 2019 arrest, Malin, 50, had initially pleaded not guilty to charges of stalking Kirby, 48, but later altered it to "nolo contendere," or no contest, according to court documents obtained by Us Weekly.

Restaurateur Malin, who waived his right to a trial with his plea, appeared in court in April and was sentenced to a two-year probation and is required to spend three days in a Los Angeles County jail. He must also complete 160 hours of community service.

He was also ordered to serve 30 days in a residential treatment program and pay a total of $70 in fees, as well as $300 restitution to the court "effective upon the revocation of probation."

New Hampshire native Malin will additionally be required to "make restitution" to former friend Kirby, the amount of which will be determined at a later hearing, according to the documents.

As part of the ruling, Malin must "keep [the] probation officer advised of [his] residence and work and home telephone numbers at all times."

He is now "prohibited from owning, purchasing, receiving, possessing or having, under his/her custody or control, any firearms, ammunition and ammunition feeding devices" and must relinquish any firearms that may already be in his possession.

Kirby, who won Season 2 of the CBS reality TV contest Big Brother, was granted a restraining order against the Season 7 victor Malin in September 2019.

The dermatologist was later granted a 10-year restraining order, which prohibited Malin from coming near him, his family or any of his clinics.

Having made a name for themselves as a formidable reality TV duo, they reportedly fell out after Kirby allegedly refused to do more reality TV work with Malin.

Malin was arrested in August 2020 for driving under the influence in Las Vegas.

After failing a sobriety test at the scene, he was charged with possession of a drug without prescription, having an open alcohol container and unlawfully texting.

At an October 2020 hearing, the Clark County district attorney asked for a 180-day extension in order to determine whether charges would be filed.

Back in 2011, Malin and his business partner were sued by their former partners and co-owners of Geisha House, in Los Angeles, for embezzlement, according to TMZ.

The reality star, who filed for bankruptcy, was later ordered to pay $800,000.

Malin first shot to reality TV fame when he appeared on Season 2 of the long-running CBS show Big Brother in 2001.

He returned to the show in 2006 for the inaugural All-Stars season, from which he walked away victorious. He appeared on the show once again during Season 14.

Mike "Boogie" Malin and Will Kirby
"Chill Town" Will Kirby (L) and winner Mike "Boogie" Malin pose at "Big Brother 7: All-Stars" at CBS Radford on September 12, 2006 in Los Angeles, California. Malin has been found guilty of stalking Kirby. Kevin Winter/Getty Images