According to the police report, a loaded firearm was discovered in a backpack belonging to Bradham as he tried to pass through a TSA security checkpoint at Miami International Airport on Sunday. The concealed weapon was discovered after the backpack passed through an X-ray machine, the report states.
Bradham had a concealed weapon permit in his possession at the time of his arrest, and officers determined there was no intent on his part to carry the weapon through a secured area. He told police he forgot the firearm was in his backpack, according to the report. Police arrested Bradham rather than citing him or making him sign a promise to appear in court document because he was out on bond related to an arrest in July.
Bradham was released from jail after posting bond a short time later on the second-degree misdemeanor charge.
It marks Bradham's second arrest in less than three months. In July, Miami Beach police arrested Bradham on suspicion of battery/aggravated assault stemming from an alleged incident that occurred at a Miami hotel, according to Miami-Dade County Court and police records.