"Live and learn, hope everyone has a blessed day," Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger's son tweeted on Monday afternoon, following up his previous, succinct apology: "Excuse my language. I apologize."
On Saturday, Schwarzenegger caused a ruckus at the famed Hollywood club after he first used a fake ID to get into the venue and then got into an argument with the DJ and was summarily kicked out.
"[DJ Valadez] told him nicely a few times to please be careful because he kept bumping into [his equipment]," a source told Us Weekly. "I guess Patrick became annoyed so he started throwing ice at him. At this point one of the cocktail waitresses noticed it was Patrick Schwarzenegger and alerted the team who he was and that he was underage."
Schwarzenegger then tried to leave the scene in an SUV, but the driver apparently denied him. Though the college student wasn't arrested at the time, his use of a fake ID is considered a misdemeanor in California, and could be punishable by up to a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.