#Roommates, in the hours following his recent arrest, more details are emerging regarding why Trey Songz got tangled up with Kansas City Police in the first place. According to new reports, the initial reason why police were called was allegedly because Trey Songz refused to wear a mask while at a Kansas City Chiefs football game.
Trey has since been released, however, @TMZ_TV reports that Kansas City Police have reportedly released details from their perspective about why he was arrested—and it was something quite simple. Police allege that Trey’s issues started because he refused to follow the football stadium’s COVID-19 protection protocol and wear a mask.
The KCPD elaborated further, alleging that football fans began to complain that Trey wasn’t following Arrowhead Stadium’s safety rules and that once stadium security was called and unable to get him to comply or successfully remove him, they called in the local police and had them handle the issue.
Once police arrived, things quickly escalated, as Trey allegedly continued to refuse to obey orders and was eventually told he was under arrest. Police also allege that Trey punched an officer and put him in a headlock. After more police were called in to get the situation under control, he was finally put under arrest and taken away.
As we previously reported, Trey Songz and a police officer got into a physical altercation. In the video, you see Trey and the officer struggling with each other. He was able to connect and punch the officer in the head. Not for long though, as the officer then pinned him to a seat.
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