But the Gabon worldwide doesn't believe he's done anything wrong and can not understand why he's been suspended for tonight's Bundesliga clash with Stuttgart.
Dortmund confirmed the news on Thursday evening with a tweet shortly after posting a video of the rest of the squad departing for the game in Stuttgart on Friday.
Aubameyang was previously suspended by Dortmund for an unsanctioned trip to Italy in November 2016, the striker missing their Champions League trip to Sporting CP, but he insists there are no similarities between that incident and his current disciplinary.
It has emerged that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was left out of Borussia Dortmund's squad to face Stuttgart because he went to Barcelona nightclub during visit to see former team-mate Ousmane Dembele, according to BILD via The Daily Mail. But the club are not in such fine form at the moment.
The Gabonese forward is the club's top marksman with ten Bundesliga goals so far, but he has failed to score in the past three games with Dortmund in a slump.
In pre-season, it seemed likely that the 28-year-old striker would leave the Bundesliga side but no transfer ever came to fruition.
Dortmund now have just one point from their last five league matches and head into Tuesday's Champions League clash with Tottenham with only one competitive win - against third-tier Magdeburg in the cup - since September.