Police have issued a warrant for Joffrey Reynolds after the former Stampeders star running back allegedly missed curfew and went on the lam.
Calgary police allege Reynolds breached four counts of his current probation by failing to abide by house arrest and missing curfew.
Cops said late Thursday his whereabouts were unknown.
Provincial court Judge Brian Stevenson ordered Reynolds to serve 90 days in jail on weekends on charges of assault, assault causing bodily harm and being unlawfully in his ex-girlfriend's home.
Stevenson said Reynolds must serve two years probation under strict conditions, including house arrest for the first six months and a ban on boozing.
The 33-year-old was convicted in February in connection with two separate incidents last July 14 between Reynolds and his ex-girlfriend, whom the Sun is not naming.