Oft-legally troubled Orlando Brown has found himself in hot water again.

The “That’s So Raven” alum was kicked out of Tao Los Angeles Sunday night after he had an outburst in which he called himself “Satan and Lucifer’s son.”

Footage obtained by TMZ shows Brown screaming at a server, calling the employee a “child molester” and “Richard Ramirez,” referring to the serial killer.

“Get behind me, Satan. I’m Jesus. Get the f–k out of here, Satan.”

As the former Disney Channel star, 36, got booted from the restaurant, he shouted, “I am Satan and Lucifer’s son. F–k everybody.”

Reps for Tao and Brown didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

The “That’s So Raven” star called himself “Satan and Lucifer’s son” before adding, “F–k everybody.” ©Disney Channel/courtesy Everett / Everett Collection

Fellow diners told the outlet that the incident began when Brown began acting erratically at his table and started yelling at other patrons.

When staff made their way to his table to calm him down, Brown launched into his conniption.

The “Proud Family” alum has a long history with mental health and substance abuse — as well as criminal activity.

Footage obtained by TMZ showed Brown getting escorted out of the hotspot by security. WireImage

In June 2018, Brown was arrested in Las Vegas for felony drug possession. His mugshot at the time of the arrest revealed he had been inked with a tattoo of his former co-star Raven-Symoné.


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Months later, Brown was arrested again in Sin City for burglary after he was caught on tape attempting to change the locks inside now-former restaurant Legends Restaurant & Venue, which belonged to his longtime friend Danny Boy.

The “Proud Family” alum has a long history of substance abuse and mental health issues. FilmMagic

After spending a few weeks behind bars, the child star appeared to turn over a new leaf.

“My name is Orlando Brown from That’s So Raven fame,” he shared in 2020. “I had had some struggles in the past … involving substances like crystal meth and marijuana, not to mention an unhealthy attachment to the internet.” 

He’s been arrested numerous times. ©Disney Channel/courtesy Everett / Everett Collection

He entered a free residential center in Texas for six months that was designed to help men battle addiction, homelessness and other life-impacting issues.

Unfortunately, brown went on to get arrested again in December 2022 for domestic violence.

Brown pleaded not guilty while being placed under house arrest, but his attorney requested he undergo a mental evaluation.

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