ARREST: Tourist gets ‘White Girl Wasted’ at Jonas Brothers concert in Nashville

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Where were Becky’s friends? Jada Alexis Head came from Owensboro, KY, for Tuesday night’s Jonas Brothers concert in Nashville, but mostly all she saw was the inside of the bathroom she locked herself to avoid police, and the back of a patrol car after she was eventually hobbled.

21-year-old Jada Alexis Head, who was initially booked as Jane Doe due to her refusal to cooperate in any form or fashion, was the subject of a disturbance call at Bridgestone Arena Tuesday night. Concert personnel asked her to leave the venue due to her extreme intoxication and disruption to the concert, and everyone in the vicinity of her voice and line of vision from her seating section.

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While she was being escorted from the immediate area, she fled to a restroom of the venue and locked herself inside, refusing to come out. Eventually, the restroom door was able to be opened, and she was physically removed from the restroom against her will and placed into handcuffs… but she still had a lot of fight left in her.

Jada Alexis Head (MNPD)
Jada Alexis Head (MNPD)

While still inside the Arena, she became violent and kicked at everyone around, including Metro Nashville police officers, while causing an amount of noise loud enough to cause a disturbance, despite the ongoing concert. Once she realized she was going to jail she refused to walk to the patrol car outside. Once they had Head outside, she began to kick the patrol car door closed every time they would open it to place her inside. She also continued to kick at officers who were trying to maintain control of her. Eventually, she was physically placed inside the patrol car, with her legs restrained in hobble restraints.

Jada Alexis Head arrived at booking at 11:40 p.m. on Tuesday night, but was so intoxicated an uncooperative with the process that her booking wasn’t completed until nearly 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. She was charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication. She qualified for pre-trial release and was freed just before 4 p.m. Wednesday, with an October court date. It was not immediately known if White Claw was served at the venue.

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