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"Myrtle Manor" reality star arrested again

Taylor Burt (Source: Myrtle Beach jail) Taylor Burt (Source: Myrtle Beach jail)
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF/WCSC) -

“Welcome to Myrtle Manor” reality star Taylor Burt has been arrested again, according to Myrtle Beach police.

Burt was booked at the Myrtle Beach jail for the second time this year on Sunday after police charged him with disorderly conduct at Broadway at the Beach.

Police have not released more details about the latest arrest yet.

Earlier this year, Burt was arrested and charged with having sexual relations with a minor after a 15-year-old told investigators about their alleged relationship.  That case is still pending.

Two other cast members, Lindsay Colbert and Amanda Adams, were arrested on DUI charges on the same weekend.

Burt said in August he still was a member of the cast for the second season of the show being filmed at an area mobile home park for TLC. A spokeswoman for the network would not comment.

The second season of the show is expected to air next spring.

Copyright 2013 WCSC.  All rights reserved.  WMBF and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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