Morgan Wallen Chair Video Arrested

Morgan Wallen, the rising country music star known for hits like “Whiskey Glasses” and “Last Night,” finds himself in hot water once again after a chair-throwing incident at a Nashville rooftop bar.

Surveillance footage obtained by TMZ allegedly shows Wallen hurling a chair from the sixth-floor rooftop of Chief’s Bar, owned by fellow country singer Erich Church, on Sunday night.

The chair narrowly missed police officers on the ground, who were patrolling the busy downtown Nashville street. Witnesses at the scene, including bar patrons and staff members, identified Wallen as the culprit.

Metropolitan Nashville Police quickly responded to the incident, arresting Wallen on charges of reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct.

The 30-year-old singer was booked into Davidson County jail, where he posted $15,250 bail and was subsequently released.

Morgan Wallen Chair Video Arrested

Wallen’s attorney, Worrick Robinson, issued a statement saying, “He is cooperating fully with authorities.” This latest incident adds to Wallen’s history of controversial behavior, which includes a 2020 arrest for disorderly conduct at a Nashville honky-tonk and a dismissed 2016 DUI charge.

In February 2021, a video surfaced of Wallen using a racial slur, sparking widespread backlash from fans and the music industry.

The chair-throwing incident has raised questions about Wallen’s state of mind and motives, with many speculating that it may be related to his pattern of reckless behavior and controversies.

Morgan Wallen Chair Video Arrested

Chief’s Bar, a popular spot in the heart of Nashville’s entertainment district, has not yet commented on the incident or its potential impact on the establishment and its patrons.

As the fallout from the chair-throwing video and arrest continues, Wallen’s mugshot has circulated widely on social media.

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