Gretchen Wilson, the country artist likely best known for the 2004 hit “Redneck Woman,” was arrested after an incident on an airplane, Tuesday, multiple outlets have confirmed.
And she's now responsible for one of the most memorable celebrity mug shots of all-time as a result.
Before we get to that, however, consider the details of what allegedly transpired...
Connecticut State Police have confirmed that the 45-year old singer was taken into custody on Tuesday night about 7:15 p.m.
Wilson was on a flight landing at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut when she allegedly created some kind of "minor disturbance" aboard the plane.
As a result, cops actually met her near the vehicle after it hit the ground.
“While interviewing the accused on the jetway, she became belligerent toward officers and caused a ‘disturbance,’” according to the arrest report.
The star was “ultimately taken into custody for Breach of Peace,” the report adds.
Shortly thereafter, she managed to close her eyes, look down and somehow NOT be centered for her mug shot.
You don't see that combination very often...
Wilson is expected in court on Wednesday.
A resident of Lebanon, Tennessee, Wilson was scheduled to perform at the Mohegan Sun casino in Connecticut on Wednesday, hence why she was touching down in the area on Tuesday evening.
We can't say for certain, but it seems unlikely at this point that she'll hit that stage as planned.
The 2005 Grammy Award winner’s latest album, Ready to Get Rowdy, was release in June 2017.
She famously crooned, “I ain’t no high-class broad” in her aforementioned hit track, and has established a reputation for herself as being somewhat of a rebel.
So we guess this act fits.
“Redneck Woman” was the lead single off Wilson's debut album, "Here for the Party."
It climbed all the way to number-one on the country charts.
Her second album, "All Jacked Up," came out a year later -- and the title track became the highest-debuting song for a female country artist.
Away from the microphone, the singer has also been known for the time, effort and money she gives to various charities, including being an advocate for adult education.
In 2008, she completed her GED and has since testified before Congress about the importance of support for adult learners.
Her bail has been set at $1,000.
Wilson’s troubles allegedly began when she tried to use the airplane’s restroom.
Per WFSB, the artist grew impatient while waiting in line and knocked on the bathroom door.
Other passengers have stated that this appeared to irritate the woman who was inside... as proven by the door being swung open and nearly colliding with Wilson.
The two then had a brief verbal spat.