As it turns out, the Kyrie Irving bottle-throwing incident was not the only fan-related fiasco that went down in Game 4 between the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday. According to reports, a police officer was also assaulted by a fan in a separate incident.

This comes via Joe Dwinell of the Boston Herald:

Police said Monday that a 35-year-old man sitting in Section 15 assaulted a police officer after he was asked to leave by Garden security after he allegedly challenged fans around him to a fight.

The suspect was named as William Leite, who allegedly told the police officer, “I paid $40 for this ticket, I’m not leaving.” As things got heated, Leite was also heard telling the officer, “You are not strong enough to arrest me.” Leite then proceeded to shove the officer in his face, which resulted in a “minor scuffle.”

More details were provided on Leite's arrest as well as the type of charges this unruly fan is set to face because of his actions:

Leite was removed from the Garden and charged with assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, disturbing the police, and trespassing, police report. He is set to be arraigned in Boston Municipal Court Tuesday.

This is not a good look for Celtics fans. This assault happened on the same evening when another supporter threw a bottle at Kyrie Irving as the Nets star was exiting the court. Similarly, that fan was also accosted out of the building and is now facing criminal charges.

What is happening to NBA fans right now?