Big Brother Season 7 winner Mike "Boogie" Malin has been found guilty of felony stalking former close friend Dr. Will Kirby, who won Season 2 of the CBS reality competition series.
Malin was arrested in August of 2019 and initially pleaded not guilty to the charge; however, according to court documents obtained by Us Weekly, the 50-year-old reality television personality withdrew his plea and changed it to "nolo contendere" (which means "no contest"), thereby waiving his right to a trial.
During a court hearing this past April, Malin was sentenced to three days in a Los Angeles County jail, followed by two years of probation, during which he will be under "mandatory supervision" of a probation officer.
The judge ordered Malin to "maintain residence as approved by the probation officer" and "keep [the] probation officer advised of [his] residence and work and home telephone numbers at all times."
The former reality star is also "prohibited from owning, purchasing, receiving, possessing or having, under his/her custody or control, any firearms, ammunition and ammunition feeding devices" and was "ordered to relinquish all firearms" if any were already in his possession.
Malin is required to complete 160 hours of community service and submit his DNA to be kept on file in a database.
Additionally, the judge ordered him to pay $70 in fees and then pay the court an additional $300 in restitution. He also has to attend a 30-day residential treatment program at a court-appointed facility.
As for making things right with the victim, Malin must provide Kirby with restitution "in an amount to be determined at a hearing."
Following the August 2019 arrest and indictment, Kirby was granted a temporary restraining order against Malin. The 48-year-old dermatologist was later granted an additional 10-year restraining order preventing Malin from coming near him, his family or any of his 66 LaserAway locations. At one point, the two were thought to be best friends.
One year later, in August of last year, Malin was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, after someone alerted law enforcement authorities about a swerving vehicle that hit a curb and nearly hit their car, too. Malin was arrested and charged with possession of a drug without a prescription, having an open alcohol container and unlawfully texting before. He was released on his own recognizance.
During a hearing in October 2020, the Clark County district attorney asked for a 180-day extension to decide whether criminal charges would be pursued.
Malin's legal woes date back to 2011, when he was sued for embezzlement and ordered to pay $800,000.