Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones was released on bail Thursday after being arrested for possible assault in southern England, police and his spokesman said.
Police in Surrey said a 62-year-old man from the town of Esher was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of assault in connection with a domestic incident on Claygate High Street, south of London.
Police said he was bailed out on Thursday and he will face further inquiries in January. They did not release any details about the incident.
“I can confirm that there was an incident last night and that Ronnie Wood was arrested,” said David Rigg, Wood's spokesman. “He has since been released on police bail.”
Wood's private life has been in turmoil for more than a year since he started a relationship with Russian Ekaterina Ivanova. That led to his divorce last month by Jo Wood, his wife of 24 years, on the grounds of adultery. He and Wood have two children together.
Wood has been a guitar stalwart of the Rolling Stones, one of the world's longest-running and most popular rock bands.
In recent years he has also found some success as an artist, selling his paintings in numerous galleries.
His romantic troubles have provided ample fodder for Britain's tabloids, who frequently print photographs of the craggy, aging rocker cavorting with his young Russian girlfriend.