Jelly Roll’s stalker arrested in Nashville; Artist was in a “clear state of emotional distress”

41-year-old failed Nashville rapper Michael Curtis was jailed Monday evening, charged with stalking Nashville celebrity Jelly Roll. A series of incidents over several days led up to the arrest, including tracking down Jelly Roll’s personal vehicle at the Ryman Auditorium, following his tour bus and contacting the driver, and Monday’s incident at the celebrity softball game, which left the artist in a “clear state of emotional distress.” Videos of Curtis posted (in this article) after his release from jail show a man in a mental breakdown, who continues to threaten the lives of Jelly Roll, his family, and specific MNPD Officers, as recent as Tuesday morning.