Bachelorettes: 0; Nashville: 1. Karly Pustka arrested after assaulting the bride-to-be

On Sunday, 25-year-old Karly Pustka opined on her Instagram account: “Nashville can’t handle the Texans 🤠🎉 #nashvillebachelorettee” with a photo of her friends in Nashville — it would turn out that the Texans couldn’t handle Nashville. In the early hours of Monday morning, Metro Nashville Police responded to a domestic disturbance call at Club Wyndham Nashville on McGavock Pike. The bride-to-be, Madison Pustka, told police her cousin, Karly Pustka, lunged at her while scratching at her neck. Madison says she was just attempting to check on Karly, who had locked herself in the bathroom of the hotel room after getting extremely intoxicated. Madison and another person were able to get past the locked door, which angered Karly, who says she acted in self-defense. Karly was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault with bodily injury.

Bachelorette Brigade Bridesmaid arrested in downtown Nashville — Alexandra Savage

25-year-old Alexandra Savage was in charge of the #BrideTribe this weekend, which traveled to Nashville to celebrate the upcoming wedding of Hailey Cooper and Will Hewett. As the chief planner of the bachelorette brigade, she created a vibrant social media campaign to #BuyHerAShotShesTyingTheKnot and #HypedToBeAHewett, complete with a graphics package and associated Venmo account. The party arrived in Nashville and continued to the Valentine on Broadway Saturday night, where security eventually asked Savage to vacate the premises due to her extreme level of intoxication and ‘over the topness.” She initially left but returned moments later and was detained until Metro Police took her into custody, charging her with public intoxication and criminal trespass.

Uber Driver Braxton Churchwell Photos Drunk, Passed Out, Passengers, Posts to Social Media

In this morning’s mailbox (tips@eastnashville.news or here) – a quick post that reminds us that ride-share services, such as Lyft & Uber, can be both blessings and a curse. Uber driver Braxton Churchwell claims to have received a ping to downtown, which he was six miles from. Upon arrival to their Broadway location, he allegedly finds this is part of his bachelorette party that requested a ride, a few blocks away from their destination, the Omni. What did Braxton do? It would appear he thought it proper to take photos…