UFC ring card girl Arianny Celeste (real name Arianny Lopez) was arrested on Saturday morning on a charge of domestic violence.

The Clark County Detention Center website listed the Las Vegas resident as being arrested at 7:30 this morning, and later released on a $3,000 bond.

Her arrest was first reported on Twitter by MMA reporter and personality FrontRowBrian.

Independent sources speaking to MMAWeekly.com have stated that Celeste will not be present at tonight’s UFC 146 card in Las Vegas.

Celeste has been a ring card girl with the UFC since 2006 and graced the cover of Playboy in November 2010.

As of yet, the 26-year-old Las Vegas resident has not made a statement regarding her arrest.

An updated listing of the arrest states a hearing will happen on May 30 at 10:45 a.m. regarding the matter.

MMAWeekly.com will have more on this story when it becomes available.

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