Muska arrested for felony vandalism

Chad Muska, seen here in a 2007 photo, was arrest on June 13, 2011 for felony vandalism. Getty

Pro skateboarder and celebrity Chad Muska was arrested on Wednesday night outside of the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles for spraying graffitti. Reached for comment, Hollywood Area Los Angeles Police Department Detention Officer Molinari confirmed the arrest, listed the charge as felony vandalism and noted that Muska was out on bail.

TMZ obtained footage of Muska's arrest as well as photos of two graffiti pieces near the sight of the arrest. One, on the window of a Coffee Bean reads, "Muska." The other, sprayed onto the window of Hollywood's El Capitan Theater reads, "Muska Kills."

TMZ also reported that Muska's bail was set at $20,000 though officer Molinari would not confirm that amount.

Muska, an avid social media user, tweeted the following earlier in the evening:
"I have a feeling tonight is going to be another one of those nights. I should just stay in ... But I won't."

Chad Muska is listed as an Icon rider for Element. Muska also represents and designs clothing for the Kr3w and Supra brands.