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Man Arrested For Impersonating Police Officer To Get Into Megan Thee Stallion Concert

According to a story from the local outlet KHOU 11 (via Complex), the 28-year-old fan, Trayvone Lil Darus Stevenson, was detained at one of the rapper’s headlining concerts after pretending to be a police officer. The performance occurred on Friday, March 31, at the March Madness Music Festival’s opening concert in Houston. Reports claim that Stevenson was wearing a jacket that said “Police K-9” when apprehended at the scene. Later, he was charged with impersonating a public official, a crime. However, following court records, Trayvon Stevenson, 28, who arrived at the performance wearing a vest labeled “Police K-9” and claimed to be a police officer so he could attend the show, was instead “permitted to go to jail.”

Man Arrested For Impersonating Police Officer To Get Into Megan Thee Stallion Concert, Yours Truly, News, June 18, 2024

The fan was released after receiving a $20,000 (£16,045) bond from Harris County Judge Danilo Lacayo, according to a separate report on Monday (April 3) by KTRK. Following the agreement, a prosecutor named Mathew Jackson made a statement to the neighborhood publication warning followers of the repercussions of impersonating a public official. Although Megan Thee Stallion is a fantastic, well-known draw, particularly in Houston, he insisted that this case was still a felony. “You cannot pose as a police officer to enter a concert venue.” To attend Megan Thee Stallion’s sold-out performance at Discovery Green on Friday, the Houston barber allegedly claimed to be working security as a K-9 police officer.

Man Arrested For Impersonating Police Officer To Get Into Megan Thee Stallion Concert, Yours Truly, News, June 18, 2024

After a jury found Tory Lanez guilty of shooting Megan Thee Stallion in July 2020, entertainment industry members came forward in support of her last year. After a nine-day trial, Lanez was found guilty of all three counts brought against him: one count of assault with a semiautomatic weapon, one count of concealing a loaded, unregistered firearm in a moving vehicle, and one count of negligent discharge of a firearm.

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