LIVINGSTON PARISH, La. - A Louisiana man who stars in the reality television series "Sons of Guns" has been arrested for allegedly raping an 11-year-old girl, reports CBS affiliate WAFB.
49-year-old William Hayden has been accused by four alleged victims and is facing three different charges of aggravated rape and one charge of indecent behavior with a juvenile, according to the station.
The most recent charges against Hayden came Friday from authorities in Livingston Parish, La. Detectives said the alleged rape occurred in March 2013 and involved a girl who was 11 years old at the time. The allegations come after another girl recently came forward and told officers she was a rape victim of Hayden's in 1995, when she was 12 or 13 years old.
Authorities said news of Hayden's first arrest is what convinced the second alleged victim to come forward. Details of the other two alleged incidents have not been released.
WAFB reports the other two aggravated rape charges are in East Baton Rouge Parish. The Sheriff's Office also added a forcible rape charge on Monday.
Hayden remains locked up in East Baton Rouge, where a hold was placed on him. The station reports Hayden will be transferred back to jail in Livingston if he pays the $250,000 bond to get out of jail in East Baton Rouge.
The Discovery Channel, which aired Hayden's reality series, announced on Aug. 27 that they were canceling "Sons of Guns" following the suspect's initial aggravated rape charges.