The legal hits just keep coming for Jason Wahler.
The onetime Hills star has been slapped with yet another lawsuit—his third—stemming from his September 2006 alcohol-enhanced altercation with a pair of tow-truck drivers.
The second of those drivers, Jose Alarcon, is seeking $100,000-plus in damages from the once arrest-prone reality cad for allegedly violating his civil rights.
According to the lawsuit, Alarcon claims Wahler "committed acts of violence, threats of violence, and made racial epitaphs" toward him on Sept. 22, 2006, which he claims prevented him from doing his job and were furthermore done "with malice" purely "on account...of race."
The altercation occurred as the tow trucks and a city vehicle were working to remove an illegally parked car—and happened to block Wahler's ride, causing the MTV star and then gal-pal Kristin DeLuca to go postal on the workers.
The roadside rage has already proved costly for Wahler.
In addition to pleading no contest to a misdemeanor battery charge, which yielded rehab and probation, Wahler was ordered to pay $20,000 to the other tow-truck driver, Dario Stevenson, as well as undisclosed damages to a Department of Transportation worker who was also on the scene.