Country music singer Morgan Wallen apologized on Sunday following his weekend arrest on public intoxication and disorderly conduct costs.
The “Whiskey Glasses” singer, 27, was arrested on Saturday evening after he was kicked out of Child Rock’s Honky Tonk bar in downtown Nashville, in response to native media.
His bond was $300 for the disorderly conduct cost and $200 for the public intoxication cost, per court docket data obtained by Web page Six on Monday. He’s scheduled to look in court docket in July.
He took to Twitter after his launch to apologize for his conduct, writing: “Hey y’all simply needed to clear the air. I went out downtown final evening with a couple of previous buddies. After a pair bar stops, we have been horse-playing with one another. We didn’t imply any hurt, and we need to express regret to any bar employees or anybody that was affected.”
“Thanks to the native authorities for being so skilled and doing their job with class,” he added in one other tweet. “Love y’all.”
Wallen was beforehand charged with DUI in 2016, however the case was dismissed.