Police officers arrived around 7:30 p.m. after receiving a call about sexual battery. A woman at the bar alleged that Ray J grabbed her behind. Police later determined that the contact was an
accident. After speaking to officers, Ray J agreed to leave the hotel, police said.
Jun 02, 2014 Story Comments R&B crooner RAY J spent the weekend in police custody after he was accused of causing a ruckus inside a bar at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. According to TMZ , hotel
staff called police officials to remove the singer from their bar before RAY J allegedly kicked out a window in the back of a patrol car and allegedly spitting on the officer taking him into
police custody. RAY J was charged with trespassing, vandalism, resisting arrest and battery. REACT What do you think of this story?
A statement from the Beverly Hills Police Department says officers were summoned to the hotel Friday evening to investigate a report that the 33-year-old singer had inappropriately touched a
woman at the bar. Read: Reward Offered in Woman's Movie Theater Bathroom Attack Officers found the contact was incidental, and the singer agreed to leave. But police say Ray J, whose legal name
is William Ray Norwood, then refused to leave, became unruly and used his feet to shatter a patrol car window after being taken into custody. He is the brother of singer-actress Brandy Norwood.
The charges include vandalism, resisting arrest and battery on a police officer.
Police were apparently dispatched to the swanky hotel bar after a girl complained Ray J was playing grab-ass with her and she wasn't happy. Responding officers concluded any ass-touching on Ray's
part was accidental, so he was actually in the clear ... until he was asked to leave anyway. He did not do so, as Ray J feels the Kim Kardashian Vivid
Entertainment allegation was made up by hotel management to get him out of the bar because he and his friends were too loud. After throwing a fit and declining to depart, the cops took him
BEVERLY HILLSR&B singer and actor Ray J was arrested on Friday, May 30 by officers from the Beverly Hills Police Department. The BHPD indicated in a press release to Canyon News that at
around 7:30 p.m. officers responded to a sexual battery at the Beverly Wilshire hotel located on the 9500 block of Wilshire Boulevard , where Ray J, legal name William Ray Norwood Jr., 33, was
involved in an altercation at the bar. During the alleged incident, it was suspected that Ray J grabbed the buttocks of a female. Authorities later concluded that no sexual battery occurred and
the contact was incidental.