Giants safety Will Hill, who began this season serving a four-game suspension for failing an NFL drug test, was arrested on Friday night in New Jersey on a warrant related to child support, according to a source familiar with his situation.

The 23-year-old Hill, who admittedly has had a very troubled past, did make the trip to Detroit with the Giants and will play against the Lions, according to a team spokesman. He will not be punished, the spokesman said, because the team considers the issue "a private, personal matter that he is dealing with."

The details were not immediately clear and calls to the Hudson County Sherriff’s office were not immediately returned.

Hill is no stranger to trouble, ever since he starred at St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, where he was one of the most heralded high school football players in New Jersey history. But everything from drug use to irresponsible behavior to some vile use of his Twitter account led to him being suspended while at the University of Florida. In part due to his character issues, Hill went completely undrafted in 2011 and was ignored by the NFL before the Giants gave him a chance in 2012.