R&B singer Jeremih (Felton) is back at it again!
The “Don’t Tell ‘Em” recording artist and members of his entourage were arrested yesterday, Dec. 12, for disorderly conduct and obstruction of the law, with one member of his crew taking a hit for a “defiant trespass.”
According to NBC News, Felton was traveling with members of his band on US Air en route from Newark to Phoenix. They were allegedly late, because Felton and his posse barely made it onto the jetway that leads to the plane, but several members of his band were left high and dry when the door closed.
In an effort to be a good friend, Felton and a friend pried open the jetway door, making way for one wayward band member to squeeze through.
Unfortunately for the eager group, what they did is totally illegal. As a result, Felton and his friend were yanked off the plane, arrested and charged with obstruction of the law and disorderly conduct.
As for the fella who tried highjacking a seat on the plane, well he was charged with defiant trespass.
This isn’t the first time that the “Birthday Sex” singer and his pals have caused a ruckus during their travels. As previously reported, back in November, a manager at a Fuddruckers in Billings, Montana, claims that Jeremih and his crew “threw beer bottles like it was W.i.P nightclub, causing $700 worth of damage and even worse … knocking a frier out of commission for an hour,” after a female cashier denied their advances and reported their behavior to her supervisor.
On Dec. 2, Lt. Kevin Iffland of the Billings PD stated that investigators submitted a request for an arrest warrant for Felton to the city attorney’s office on Nov. 28. According to the Billings Gazette, the warrant for Felton accuses him of criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, with each offense carries a maximum penalty of one year in jail and a $1,000 fine.
To date, no warrant has been issued for Felton or his crew. – ruu hawkins/@ruubabie