R&B singer Jeremih has been charged with disorderly conduct after he was allegedly involved in an incident at New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday.
Jeremih had reportedly missed his boarding call for an afternoon flight bound for Pheonix, Arizona and reached out to his bodyguard Dontate Cunningham, who had already taken his seat on the plane, to open the rear door to allow Jeremih and his pal Adam Woods onboard, even though the aircraft was preparing for take off.
All three men were booted from the flight and arrested by Port Authority police.
Jeremih, real name Jeremy Felton, and Woods were both charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction of administration of law, while Cunningham stands accused of defiant trespass.
All three suspects were released without incident and ordered to appear before a judge at a later date.
Representatives for the singer have yet to comment on the arrest.
The news emerges a month after Jeremih and his entourage hit headlines for allegedly trashing a fast food restaurant in Montana amid allegations of staff racism.
That incident is still under investigation by local police.
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