Meek Mill reportedly involved in airport altercation, charged with misdemeanor
Several people involved in the fight fled but police were able to detain three males.
Meek Mill was reportedly involved in an altercation slightly before he was scheduled to catch a flight leaving St. Louis this afternoon, according to TMZ. The outlet posted a photo of a man purported to be the Philly rhyme king being detained by airport authorities.
“At approximately 3 p.m., on Wednesday, March 15, St. Louis Airport Police responded to a disturbance call involving several males fighting in the Terminal 1 Ticketing Lobby at St. Louis Lambert International Airport,” Lambert International Airport police said in a prepared released to REVOLT TV this evening.
“Upon arriving, several people involved in the fight fled but Police were able to detain three males ages 22, 24, and 29. The three people included two airline contract employees. The third was an airline passenger scheduled to fly out of St. Louis. The three men have been charged with assault prohibitive and given a summons in lieu of arrest and given a court date to answer to the charges in St. Louis County Courts.”
“Assault prohibitive” is a misdemeanor charge.
Louis Lambert Airport police did not release the names of those involved. Meek was in St. Louis last night performing at “State of Emergency 4,” a mega concert broadcasted live on REVOLT TV. Meek was a surprise performer and blazed the stage with classics out of his catalog. Migos, Gucci Mane, and Fabolous were the announced headliners.