UFC Star Conor McGregor Arrested Monday in Miami Beach

Conor McGregor, a star in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) series, was arrested in Miami Beach Monday evening for allegedly smashing a fan's phone outside of a swanky hotel on the beach.

The official charge against McGregor is "strong-armed robbery and criminal mischief," according to the police report from Miami Beach. McGregor was reportedly released on a $12,500 bond, according to Fox News Monday night.

According to the arrest report, McGregor and a fan walked out of the famed Fontainebleau Hotel resort and the fan tried taking McGregor's photo with a phone. McGregor allegedly "slapped" the phone away from the fan, and then began stomping on the phone several times around 5 a.m. McGregor then picked the phone up and walked away with it, the report stated.

Here's a video clip from CBS Miami that shows McGregor leaving jail earlier Monday night after posting bond.

WATCH: Footage from moments ago as MMA star #ConorMcGregor leaves jail in Miami-Dade County. He was arrested earlier today after allegedly smashing a man's phone and taking it. Read the latest here: https://t.co/EdMPjTYBMp pic.twitter.com/hDASDqwV3C

— CBS4 Miami (@CBSMiami) March 12, 2019

The Miami Herald reported that the incident was caught on surveillance video and that McGregor wasn't arrested at the moment it happened, but rather later Monday at a home on North Venetian Drive in Miami Beach. He was reportedly booked into the Miami-Dade jail Monday evening.

The UFC fighter was reportedly leaving the LIV club from the Fountainbleau resort on the Atlantic coast.

McGregor is a former two-division champion who lost to boxing's Floyd Mayweather in a highly-publicized 2017 fight. McGregor was in South Florida on vacation to celebrate his mother's 60th birthday and to also train for a comeback, The Herald reported.

WATCH: Footage from moments ago as MMA star #ConorMcGregor leaves jail in Miami-Dade County. He was arrested earlier today after allegedly smashing a man's phone and taking it. Read the latest here: https://t.co/EdMPjTYBMp pic.twitter.com/hDASDqwV3C

— CBS4 Miami (@CBSMiami) March 12, 2019

Samuel Rabin, a Miami attorney who's defending McGregor, released a statement that said the mixed martial arts fighter "was involved in a minor altercation involving a cell phone that resulted in a call to law enforcement. Mr. McGregor appreciates the response of law enforcement and pledges his full cooperation."

McGregor isn't a newcomer to arrests that happen near UFC events. Last year as UFC 223 approached, McGregor was arrested after New York City police said he "attacked a charter bus" that carried a plethora of UFC fighters and threw a dolly through a window, according to The Herald.

Originally charged with disorderly conduct, McGregor reportedly pleaded guilty and served three days of anger management and five days community service.