Bryan Masche was arrested in Arizona on charges of domestic violence and resisting arrest, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
The father of We TV's Raising Sextuplets clan was busted by the Camp Verde Marshal's Office on September 11.
Darby Martin, Public Information Officer For the Camp Verde Marshal's Office tells RadarOnline.com that Masche has been charged with two counts Disorderly Conduct for Domestic Violence, one count Resisting Arrest, and one count Threatening Domestic Violence.
The family had lived in Arizona -- and their sextuplets were only the second ever born in the state -- until earlier this year when they moved to Florida.
Mom Jennifer Masche is a physician's assistant at a hospital in their new hometown of Destin, Florida.
Bryan, who spent six years in the US Air Force, had been working as a salesman but after relocating to Florida, went into business as a financial consultant.
Their sextuplets, three girls and three boys, were born in Phoenix on June 11, 2007.
The We TV website says the couple sees a "relationship counselor" on an on-going basis.
The Masches were at a relative's home when he began yelling at his family and using profanities. It was a relative, PIO Martin tell us, who called 911 and deputies responded.
Masche is alleged to have refused to comply with deputies' commands and that's when he was arrested.
Deputies assisted the "female victim," Martin says. "The children were not at the house at the time."
Bryan Masche was taken to the Yavapai County Detention Center where he was booked and released on $3,500 bond.
The deputies who responded to the scene did not realize they were arresting a reality TV star, Martin adds. "That all came together after they got back."