Country music star Morgan Wallen has been arrested in Nashville for allegedly throwing a chair from a rooftop bar

Country music star Morgan Wallen was arrested in Nashville, Tennessee after he allegedly threw a chair from a rooftop bar on Sunday night, Fox News Digital has confirmed.

Wallin, 30, is charged with three counts of reckless endangerment and one count of disorderly conduct, court documents show. The incident occurred just days after Wallen kicked off his One Night At A Time 2024 tour with two shows in Indianapolis.

“At 10:53 p.m. Sunday, Morgan Wallen was arrested in downtown Nashville on charges of reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct. He is fully cooperating with authorities,” Wallen's attorney, Warrick Robinson, told Fox News Digital.

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Morgan Wallen was arrested Sunday night in Nashville. (Christopher Polk/Penske Media via Getty Images)

A photo of Wallen being arrested by the Metro Nashville Police Department was shared on X, previously Twitter. In the photo, the singer can be seen smiling broadly.

Along with the photo, they shared, “Country artist Morgan Wallen, 30, was booked early today on a 3CT charge of felony reckless endangerment and a 1CT count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct for throwing a chair off the roof of Chief's Bar Sun night. The chair fell.” on Broadway, near two MMPD officers. His bail: $15,250.”

Morgan Wallen's photo shows the singer smiling

Morgan Wallen can be seen smiling in a photo of his recent arrest. (Metro Nashville PD/X)

Some Nashville police officers were standing in front of the Chief's Bar on Broadway Sunday night when a chair fell from above, landing just feet away from them, an arrest report said. According to WTVF. The Eric Church-backed bar opened its doors for the first time on Friday 5 April.

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Employees at the scene then told police that Wallen had thrown the chair from the sixth floor, WTVF reported, citing the police document.

The arrest report also stated that police watched a video showing Wallen “rushing over and throwing something over the roof,” according to WTVF.

A first court appearance has been set for the morning of May 3, court documents show. Later that night, he had a concert scheduled at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

(Morgan Wallen in Nashville).

“He is fully cooperating with authorities,” Morgan Wallen's attorney told Fox News Digital. (Jason Kempin/Getty Images)


The Metro Nashville Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday morning from Fox News Digital.

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