Morgan Wallen breaks silence after being arrested for allegedly throwing a chair off the roof of a Nashville bar, saying he’s not proud of his actions

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Morgan Wallen has spoken publicly for the first time since her arrest in Nashville earlier this month for allegedly throwing a chair off the roof of a bar.

On Friday, the country singer, 30, broke his silence and said: Statement regarding X (formerly Twitter) and added that despite the accusations, his ongoing tour will continue as scheduled.

This was done after he was arrested on April 7 on three felony counts of reckless endangerment and one misdemeanor count. According to the statement The Nashville Metropolitan Police Department shared it on X (formerly Twitter) earlier this month.

“I didn’t feel it was appropriate to check in publicly until I had made up with some of the people,” he wrote, later at fellow artist Eric Church’s bar, where the incident allegedly occurred. He added that he had contacted “good people.”

“I have been in contact with the good people of Nashville law enforcement, my family and the chief,” he continued. “I am not proud of my actions and accept responsibility.”

Morgan Wallen has spoken publicly for the first time since her arrest in Nashville earlier this month for allegedly throwing a chair off the roof of a bar. Seen in November 2023

Morgan Wallen has spoken publicly for the first time since her arrest in Nashville earlier this month for allegedly throwing a chair off the roof of a bar. Seen in November 2023

On Friday, the country singer, 30, broke his silence with a statement on X (formerly Twitter). He wrote that he was

On Friday, the country singer, 30, broke his silence with a statement on X (formerly Twitter). He wrote that he was “not proud of my actions” but had “made amends” to Nashville law enforcement and the “good people” at the bar where the incident occurred.

He added that despite the charges, ongoing tours will continue as scheduled.

He added that despite the charges, ongoing tours will continue as scheduled.

The tweet continued: “I have the utmost respect for the police officers who work every day to keep us all safe.”

He added that there are no postponements or cancellations for his ongoing One Night at a Time tour.

“As for my tour, there are no changes,” he explained, leaving only his initials behind.

He is scheduled to perform this weekend, Saturday, April 20th, at Vought-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi.

Next week, Warren is scheduled to travel to Indio, California, to perform at Stagecoach.

After performing at the music festival, he will return to Nashville and perform at Nissan Stadium for three days.

Wallen continues to travel around the United States, concluding the tour with two nights in Las Vegas, ending on August 9th.

This comes after he was arrested on April 7 on three felonies and one misdemeanor count of reckless endangerment, according to a statement shared by the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department on X (formerly Twitter) earlier this month. .

This comes after he was arrested on April 7 on three felonies and one misdemeanor count of reckless endangerment, according to a statement shared by the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department on X (formerly Twitter) earlier this month. .

It was previously reported that he could face a long prison sentence after the incident.

The chair fell about 3 feet from the officers, and officers spoke with witnesses and reviewed security footage, according to the arrest affidavit.

Witnesses told officers that Warren picked up a chair and threw it onto the roof, laughing as they watched.

Warren, who was released on $15,000 bail, could be sentenced to six years in prison, a legal expert said. Fox News.

Former New York prosecutor Lizer Arabre told the office: “The felonies are the most serious charges and if Mr. Warren is indicted and convicted, he could face up to six years in prison.” Ta.

“The reckless endangerment count could have been charged as a misdemeanor, but that would have resulted in a misdemeanor misdemeanor charge and Mr. Warren would have faced up to 11 months and 29 days in prison,” it added. Ta.

The incident raised suspicions that Warren was distraught after learning that her ex-fiancée, K.T. Smith, had secretly eloped.

Chief's Bar is owned by country artist Eric Church and celebrated its grand opening over the weekend.

Chief’s Bar is owned by country artist Eric Church and celebrated its grand opening over the weekend.

Warren was accused of throwing a chair from the roof of a six-story building on April 7.

Warren was accused of throwing a chair from the roof of a six-story building on April 7.

“Reckless endangerment can be charged as a Class E felony if the act is committed with a deadly weapon,” Arabre continued, noting that the chair could be used by police officers or other revelers. He pointed out that police say it fell nearby.

“For the reckless endangerment charge, Warren faces a sentence of not less than one year and not less than six years in prison.”

“According to some reports, police reviewed a video that showed Warren “charging and throwing an object onto a roof,” and some witnesses said they saw Warren throw a chair.” “There were some people who argued that, so it seems unlikely that the charges against Ms. Warren will be dismissed outright,” Arabre said. Added.

“Given these allegations, the next step will be for Warren’s attorneys to work with prosecutors to resolve this matter with a plea to a misdemeanor or possibly a lesser charge that carries little to no prison time. continued the lawyer.

On Monday, fellow country star John Rich posted some advice for Warren on Twitter.

Rich, one half of the duo Big and Rich, wrote, “I can’t help but think back to the destructive and crazy things I did early in my career.”

“The combination of intense pressure, expectations, and too much success is a dangerous cocktail.”

“Thank God I had great mentors to guide me out of that mindset. I had people around Morgan who cared about him enough to help him find a new approach to life. I hope someone calls,” Rich wrote.

“It takes a lifetime to build what he built, but it takes a second to destroy it all. I’m rooting for him to turn things around,” he concluded.

Smith started dating Wallen in 2017 and got engaged soon after, but they called it quits before welcoming their child in 2020. Seen in Nashville in 2017

Smith began dating Wallen in 2017 and got engaged soon after, but they called it quits before welcoming their child in 2020. Seen in Nashville in 2017

Mr. Warren was found after posting bail.

Mr. Warren was found after posting bail.

Warren's bond was set at $15,250. He was seen shielded by an umbrella as he was released from the Davidson County Jail around 3:30 a.m. earlier this month.

Warren’s bond was set at $15,250. He was seen protecting himself with an umbrella as he was released from the Davidson County Jail around 3:30 a.m. earlier this month.

A fan replied to the original message saying, “Fame drives some people crazy.” Something is happening in his life. Yes, being surrounded by friends won’t help you.

“It can be toxic,” Rich replied.

Warren’s attorney, Warrick Robinson, confirmed the arrest late Sunday and said Warren is fully cooperating with authorities. He has been released from custody and a court date is scheduled for May 3.

Warren is one of the most famous figures in the modern country. One Thing at a Time, from his third studio album 2023, was the most consumed album in the US last year.

The song stayed at the top of the Billboard 200 for 16 weeks in 2023. That means he held the top spot 30 percent of the year, more than any other album since Adele’s 21 dominated more than a decade ago. Become.

The song included several Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100: Last Night, You Proof, Thinkin’ Bout Me, Thought You Should Know, and Don’t Think Jesus.

In 2021, the country singer was suspended indefinitely by his label and had his music removed from radio stations and streaming services after a video of him shouting a racial slur was leaked.

As a result, he was disqualified or restricted from several award shows and was not nominated for a Grammy Award for his best-selling album Dangerous: The Double Album.

In 2020, he was arrested on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct after being kicked out of Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville.

At the time, Warren posted on social media that he was “horseplaying” with some friends after stopping by a few bars.

“We did not intend to cause any harm and we would like to say that we are sorry to the staff at the bar and to those who were harmed,” Warren wrote in a post on X. I am grateful to the local government.” Love you all.



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