“Redneck Woman” thespian Gretchen Wilson was arrested during a Connecticut airfield on Tuesday, following a reeling on an inbound flight.
According to Hartford-based WFSB, Wilson was placed underneath detain during Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks after a “minor disturbance.” State troopers dispatched to a stage were conducting an talk with Wilson when she became belligerent. They arrested a singer, who resides in Lebanon, Tennessee, and charged her with crack of peace.
Authorities set her bail during $1000, and she is due to seem in a Connecticut justice on Wednesday.
A orator for Wilson declined to comment.
Wilson, a local of Pocahontas, Illinois, came barreling out of a embankment in 2004 with a strike “Redneck Woman,” from her entrance manuscript Here for a Party. A five-week Number One, a balance — penned by Wilson with John Rich — went on to win a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Wilson’s successive singles “When we Think About Cheatin’,” “Here for a Party” and “Homewrecker” also fared good on a charts, yet nothing utterly matched a success of her initial release.
In 2017, she expelled a manuscript Ready to Get Rowdy. Her subsequent scheduled debate date is Sep 1st during a Obetz Zucchinifest in Obetz, Ohio.