Joseph Parisi, a former contestant on “Shark Tank,” has been arrested. It is alleged that Parisi had more than $80,000 worth of drugs on him, according to People Magazine.

Below is his mugshot, provided by @COUPSLEADER.

This arrest came after a search done by the Department of Homeland Security, the United States Postal Service and police on Nov. 20 at the former contestants home, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office said in an official statement obtained by the magazine.

According to the statement, the warrant was executed after a two-week investigation that started when Homeland Security became aware of a package shipped to a home on Kingston Drive from the Netherlands. A second package that was intercepted with 55 grams of ecstasy also contained Parisi’s home as the destination address

On top of all that, police reportedly also found “7 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, a small amount of cocaine, about 65 grams of cannabis and a small amount of ecstasy.”

Parisi was having these packages sent to his home on Fargo Blvd., in Geneva, Illinois, and the residence stated earlier on Kingston Drive.

Police intercepted additional packages being sent to Parisi during the investigation. There was a total of “about 508 additional grams of ecstasy" recovered in the end, and according to the statement, all of the drugs found “are valued at over $80,000.”

Parisi was charged on multiple accounts including controlled substance trafficking, manufacture/delivery of ecstasy, possession of a controlled substance, attempt to possess ecstasy, 3 counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Parisi appeared on “Shark Tank” in April 2017, where, along with Nick Nevarez, pitched their personal security device called the Guard Llama. They left the show with Barbara Corcoran investing $100,000 for 20% of the company.

Shark Tank Cast
From left: Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec on ABC’s “Shark Tank.” ABC/Patrick Ecclesine