The bell has tolled for Bruce Beresford-Redman's freedom.
The former Survivor producer, who is charged in Mexico with murdering his wife Monica while on a family vacation in Cancun, was arrested Tuesday by U.S. marshals and is now in federal custody while extradition proceedings get underway.
Further details weren't immediately available, but Mexican authorities have been itching to get their hands on him since May.
Beresford-Redman was picked up at his parents' home in Rancho Palos-Verdes, where he's been living with his two kids.
He has maintained that he is innocent and recently won a court battle against his late wife's sisters, who were seeking custody of their niece and nephew, when a judge awarded guardianship to Beresford-Redman's parents.
Monica's body was found in a septic tank outside the Cancun hotel they were staying at, several days after her husband reported her missing. Cause of death was determined to be asphyxiation.
According to the federal criminal complaint issued prior to today's arrest, Beresford-Redman is charged with aggravated homicide in the state of Quintana Roo.
Court documents state that an English family also staying in the hotel at the time provided a handwritten statement to hotel security in which they claimed to have been awakened by "screams, crying for help and extremely loud banging in the room above [theirs]."
"It sounded like a woman in extreme distress," the statement said.