Miranda Lambert is apparently one unhappy customer! RadarOnline.com obtained a 911 call revealing that the country singer was allegedly violent towards another patron inside of a restaurant over the weekend.
In the explosive police audio chip, featured above, an employee of Stoney River Steakhouse in Nashville, Tenn. accused Blake Shelton’s ex of “hitting” and “flipping plates” on other diners on Sunday, Feb. 10.
“Miranda is trying to hit people and is flipping plates on him,” the employee who made the call told police.
The restaurant worker described the heated argument. Lambert, 35, was allegedly eating dinner inside of the restaurant with her mother and another gentleman, believed to be her “boyfriend,” according to the caller. The worker said her manager demanded police presence “now,” after Lambert’s alleged boyfriend – described as a police officer – got into a heated argument with another man inside.
“Something happened in the restaurant between these two gentlemen,” the employee explained. “Another gentleman walked up to their table and starting cussing them out.”
The employee said the two gentleman argued “three” separate times.
Earlier this week, Lambert was accused of hawking a salad at another patron during the shocking restaurant outburst.
According to the dispatcher, other phone calls were coming in from customers within the eatery.
In recent months, Lambert has caused quite a stir on and off the stage. In October, the country artist released a song in which she airs her distaste for her ex-husband Shelton.
“Well I’ve got me an ex that I adored, but he got along good with a couple road whores, got my name changed back,” she sings in the single “Got My Name Changed Back.”
For a majority of 2018, Lambert received criticism online for having an affair with a married man. Lambert was linked to country singer Evan Felker, who divorced his wife, Staci Nelson, shortly after he started dating the singer.
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