Oakland linebacker Kaluka Maiava is facing an assault charge in Hawaii stemming from an incident that occurred only four days after he signed with the Raiders in March.

Maiava and his brother Ilima allegedly caused bodily harm at a Maui bar on March 17, according to USA Today. According to Maui prosecuting attorney John Kim, the brothers have been charged with misdemeanor assault and criminal property damage.

The two men have an arraignment date of July 25.

Maiava signed a three-year, $6 million deal with the Raiders on March 13 after spending the first four seasons of his career with Cleveland. The former 2009 fourth-round pick started 13 games last year for the Browns.

Maiava isn't just famous for playing football, he's got another claim to fame: he's related to wrestler turned actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. "He's not quite my uncle. His mom and my grandpa are cousins, or something," Maiava told the Cleveland Plain Dealer in October.