Looks like there's already a juicy story line for season two of MTV's "Buckwild."
Salwa Amin, a cast member on the reality show about rural teens and their freewheeling exploits, was hauled to a West Virginia jail on Wednesday in connection to a previous arrest.
Amin, 24, was busted in February and charged with four counts of possession and intent to distribute both OxyContin and heroin.
After she missed a court date in relation to the incident, a judge ordered her right back to jail, where TMZ says she's currently being held without bail.
But Amin hasn't been the only source of controversy for the series, which MTV renewed for a second season in February.
When "Buckwild" premiered in January, West Virgina Senator Joe Manchin attacked both the network and its stars, saying the show "plays to ugly, inaccurate stereotypes about the people of West Virginia."
Stay tuned for developments in Amin's case or, frankly, bide your time for season 2.
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