Morgan Wallen was arrested in Nashville last night at Eric Church's bar just after midnight.

Allegedly, Wallen threw a chair from the rooftop of Eric Church’s new bar, Chief’s, on Broadway in Downtown Nashville. Eric Church's bar is 6 stories high.

Bond was set over $15,000.

Staff members of Chief's told those officers that Wallen was responsible for throwing the chair from the sixth story of the business, according to the arrest report.

Officers were able to view video which showed Wallen "lunging and throwing an object over the roof," his arrest report said. Witnesses told officers Wallen laughed afterward", according to

"Wallen was arrested for three counts of reckless endangerment for the two officers who were in the vicinity and for the danger to the public, the arrest report stated. Wallen was also charged with disorderly conduct."

His court date in Nashville is set for May 3. Ironically, he will already be in Nashville because he is playing 2 concerts in Nashville on May 2 and May 3, so there is a possibility that Morgan Wallen has to go to court before he plays a concert at Nissan Stadium.

Morgan Wallen's lawyer issued a statement after the incident:

Wallen's attorney released a brief statement Monday morning, saying:
“At 10:53p Sunday evening Morgan Wallen was arrested in downtown Nashville for reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct. He is cooperating fully with authorities.”
-Worrick Robinson, Worrick Robinson Law

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