The two-time Super Bowl champ is in hot water.

​An original member of the Seattle Seahawks' "Legion of Boom" defense, cornerback Brandon Browner enjoyed authentic success in Pete Carroll's hard-hitting defense and played himself into a three-year, $17 million deal with the Patriots.

​Browner, 33,
 harbored enough of his NFL earnings to shell out the $50,000 bail that was set after his arrest on Monday night in Los Angeles.

​​The former defensive star has been charged with allegedly making criminal threats to a female victim. The charges are considered a felony in the state of California.

​It is currently unclear how the situation came to be, but Browner was released around late last night after he successfully posted bail.

​​Browner played just five seasons in the league before he was exposed as a product of an extremely-successful system. The former Seahawks star won a Super Bowl with the Patriots despite playing demonstratively worse than he did in Seattle, and his declining skills were on full display during his one season in New Orleans.

​​We'll update you with more details as they become available.