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Travis Scott Arrested for Trespassing and Disorderly Intoxication in Miami, Florida

On Thursday, June 20, rapper Travis Scott, also known as Jacques Bermon Webster II, was arrested in Miami, Florida, and booked into the Miami-Dade County Jail at 4:35 a.m. The arrest stemmed from charges of disorderly intoxication and trespassing on private property after he reportedly ignored warnings to leave. The incident occurred in Miami Beach around 1:44 a.m. while Scott was aboard a charter boat, where he became involved in a dispute with the crew. Despite initially leaving the scene, Scott returned and allegedly continued to refuse requests to depart, leading to his detention. Bail was set at $650, and he was instructed to vacate the marina upon police arrival.

According to authorities, Scott’s behavior became disruptive, disturbing both the peace of marina occupants and nearby residents, resulting in a public disturbance citation. During his arrest, Scott admitted to consuming alcohol, stating casually, “It’s Miami,” according to reports. Despite the incident, Scott seemingly remained unfazed, posting “lol” on social media. Reports from NBC detailed that during the procession from the vessel to the boardwalk, Scott walked backwards, shouting obscenities at those on the boat.

Travis Scott is renowned for his hit songs such as “Sicko Mode,” “Don’t Play,” “Drugs You Should Try It,” “Goosebumps,” and “Mamacita,” among others. As a 10-time Grammy Award nominee, he is widely recognized as one of the most successful hip-hop artists globally. Scott previously had a high-profile relationship with Kylie Jenner, with whom he shares two children. In recent years, he achieved significant milestones, including his first UK number one album, “Utopia,” released shortly after the cancellation of a highly anticipated performance near Egypt’s pyramids.

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Author:- Apoorva Arora

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