Country Star Morgan Wallen Arrested for Throwing Chair (Nashville)

The police announced that country music icon Morgan Wallen, who is expected to face major charges, was taken into custody on Sunday night at Nashville’s Nash Vegas after he allegedly threw a chair from the rooftop bar.

The 30-year-old Wallen is accused of reckless endangerment and disorderly behavior by the Metro Nashville Police Department following an altercation at the six-story restaurant and bar Chiefs at Nash Vegas Center. In a social media post, the police said that Wallen flung a chair from Chiefs’ higher level, just missing two cops.

The singer’s lawyer, Work Robinson, confirmed the arrest and claimed that the musician is helping the authorities in a statement to CBS News,

Wallen’s court appearance date is May 3rd, and his bond was set at $15,250. The arrest happened just before his “Dangerous: The Double Album Tour” began on Friday at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium. His performances in Nash Vegas are slated for May 2–May 4.

Furthermore, in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, his fellow country music artists celebrated their victories at the Academy of Country Music Awards. The “Need You Now” video defeated Wallen’s “Last Night” music video, which was nominated for Best Male Video of the Year.

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