Charges include two counts of domestic violence with injury, two counts of domestic violence, one count of grand theft, one count of false imprisonment and one count of vandalism. Each of the counts carries a maximum of a year in jail, meaning he could face up to seven years behind bars.
Mariotti is to be arraigned Friday at the downtown criminal courts building.
Police sources say the confrontation began at a nightclub, where Mariotti accused his girlfriend of flirting with another man. He was released after posting $50,000 bond, but has been noticeably absent from "Around the Horn" and has produced no copy for AOL.