Rapper Travis Scott arrested in northwest Arkansas

Posted May 15, 2017

TMZ reports Travis, who's reportedly been dating Kylie Jenner since she split from Tyga, was arrested as soon as he left the stage during his show on Saturday, May 13.

Webster encouraged the crowd to rush the stage during the concert, which bypasses security protocol that is set up to ensure concert goers' safety, according to the Rogers Police Department.

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Those injured were treated at Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas, police said.

He was reportedly booked for inciting a riot, endangering welfare of a minor and disorderly conduct. Foster could not confirm the exact time that Scott was released but said that it "sounds like he was cited and would have to return for court".

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"Guess the cops can't handle the rage like some of us can", one wrote. In 2015, he was nabbed while performing at the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago after encouraging the large crowd to rush the stage and push through security barricades. A fan jumped from a second-floor balcony at a Scott show in New York City two weeks ago, and another jumped from a third-floor balcony and was injured as a result. Watch a video of the incident below.

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