Domestic issues are odd to say the least.
I don't know how often Wyatt got in trouble, but I did read one article about what happened when he got arrested for domestic.
What happened was the cops got called for two people arguing, when they cops came tried to talk with them, they were outside, the girl stopped, the guy (Wyatt) walked away to his apartment building.
Sounded like they were BF and GF and each had their own building and room near each other (maybe dorms) but they were often sleeping in each other room.
They got in an argument while I'm his room, she left, and locked herself in her room. He followed, and he got aggressive with the door, trying to get her to open up the door. It didn't explain how they got from her door room to outside...
Though sounded like there wasn't any claims of touching each other in anger.
But the police found out they were cohabitating and there was damage (to her door) and it sounded like under the law of that jurisdiction, that can be considered domestic violence as there was some damaged property.
And I'm sure the police officers weren't happy about him walking away.
But I know states are getting stricter and stricter rules, because too often police were getting called and trying to calm everything down and/or making someone leave, and then once the cops were gone, the person would come back and it'd start all over again. So more laws about the police have to ensure someone isn't going to bother the other person for the next 12 hours or so, and the easiest way to do that is to order the police to arrest someone for the night if they can prove it's a domestic issue.
So allegedly he damaged a door... and not a person. That's not good... but it's not what most people think when they thinking domestic violence either. Also no word, on how damaged the door was... Like, did it simply have his show print on it, and need to be cleaned? Or did they have to fix anything? No word on that level.