The details regarding Jonathan Martin's late-February arrest continue to become even more disturbing as information slowly leaks out to the public. 

The former Miami Dolphins lineman was responsible for the threats that led to Harvard-Westlake high school in Los Angeles to shut down last month. 

Now, according to further court documents obtained by TMZ Sports, the 28-year-old Martin was arrested with an array of weapons that included a loaded shotgun with ammunition and also a knife and an ax.

Per TMZ, after Martin was found at a hospital in Glendale, Ariz., shortly after sending the threat, he was placed on 72-hour psychiatric hold and police officials found the weapons along with a shotgun in his vehicle. A second shotgun was also recovered at his parent's home.

In addition to the weapons found, the court documents obtained also revealed that the two former high school classmates Martin tagged in his post had been receiving disturbing Facebook messages from the former NFL pro since as early as 2016.

The classmates quoted several of the messages, with Martin writing, "Thank you for being such an a--hole to me when I was a kid and didn't fit in ... being dicks to me when I was a kid has made me, quite literally, insane."

He didn't stop there.

"And I blame you above all. You'll get yours, eventually -- I have already paid my price for being a bad person. I wish you nothing but the worst. Best, Jonathan Martin."

Though the former classmates have also stated Martin has apologized since sending those disturbing messages, this most recent chain of events suggests that the remorse most likely lacked conviction and validation. The state in which Martin was found also insinuates that though he was a certain danger to everyone involved, perhaps he was the biggest danger to himself.