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Travis Scott Detained in South Beach, Miami for Trespassing and Disorderly Conduct During Tour

Travis Scott was arrested on Thursday morning in South Beach, Miami-Dade County, on charges of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. The 33-year-old artist, legally named Jacques Webster, was taken to Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center and released after posting a $650 bond.

Scott, who was in Miami for his Utopia-Circus Maximus Tour, shared a brief post on social media platform X after his release, simply stating, “Lol.”

The arrest followed a call to Miami Beach police at 12:44 a.m., reporting a fight on a yacht at the Miami Beach Marina. Upon arrival, police found Scott standing by the dock and yelling at individuals on the yacht.

Although initially asked to sit down, Scott would briefly comply before standing and yelling again. His attorney, Bradford Cohen, later clarified that the incident was a misunderstanding and thanked the authorities for resolving it swiftly without any physical altercation.

Travis Scott Detained in Miami for Trespassing and Disorderly Conduct During Tour

Travis Scott Detained in Miami During Tour

The arrest report indicated that officers detected a strong smell of alcohol on Scott’s breath. The person who had called the police did not wish to press charges but wanted Scott removed from the vessel.

Despite leaving the scene in a car, Scott returned to the marina shortly after, ignoring police commands to stay away. His behavior included yelling obscenities and disturbing the peace, both at the marina and in nearby residential areas.

Scott’s interaction with the police at the marina escalated when he disregarded commands and continued to yell, causing a public disturbance. He was eventually taken to Miami Beach police headquarters, where he admitted to drinking alcohol, attributing his actions to being in Miami. The arrest was first reported by radio host Andy Slater on social media.

The incident highlights issues of public behavior and intoxication involving celebrities, underscoring the challenges law enforcement faces in managing such situations.

Despite the disruption, Scott’s quick release and nonchalant social media response suggest he may not face serious repercussions from the event. His attorney’s statement emphasized that there was no physical confrontation, aiming to downplay the severity of the incident.

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