In August, he did 10 days in jail for driving without a license and in June, he was behind bars for violating his enrollment in the 24/7 sobriety program, which he was required to participate in after he got a couple of DUIs.
It sounds like if Adam just stopped driving, he'd save himself and everyone around him a lot of trouble.In this case, Adam has found trouble behind the wheel yet again.
"He is doing time for driving with a revoked license," a jail spokesperson revealed to RadarOnline. "His release date is October 5."
He's also still facing quite a few charges stemming from an awful car crash back in February where his Corvette collided with an elderly couple at an intersection. Adam was pulled from the car moments before it burst into flames.
Hopefully Adam has learned his lesson - for real - this time.