Hank Williams Jr. Surrendered to Police

Hank Williams Jr. surrendered to police in Memphis on Tuesday April 4th, 2006 to face an assault charge involving a waitress


Hank Williams Jr. surrendered to police in Memphis on Tuesday April 4th, 2006 to face an assault charge involving a waitress, so officials said. The country star is accused of harassing Holly Hornbeak as she was waiting tables at the Peabody Hotel lobby bar shortly after midnight on March 18.

In her claim the waitress alleged that Williams cursed her out, then lifted her off the ground and put her in a choke hold in an attempt to kiss her. Williams was then released without bond and ordered to appear in court on Wednesday to face a charge of assault to commit bodily harm.

© AceShowbiz.com


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