Trey Songz regains freedom after assault charge
By Sewe Ishola
American singer, Trey Songz has regained his freedom following his arrest over charges of him assaulting a police officer.
He was released from the Detroit Detention Center on $25,000 bail but he still has to show up in court and if found guilty, the singer could be facing jail time of up to four years.
On Wednesday, Trey Songz had performed at a concert in Detroit, Michigan and according to reports when he was cut off during his performance because he had used up his allotted time, he sang a warning saying nobody should cut him off.
The artist then got upset and started throwing things on the stage such as microphones and speakers, towards the officers assigned to the event.
The flying objects apparently didn’t hit a police officer but someone else, but it was said that later Trey punched an officer in the face hence the assault charge.