Ryan McKenna is studying life comes at you quick … 5 years in the past he was cheesing with Justin Timberlake in a viral Tremendous Bowl second at age 13, and on the eve of this yr’s massive recreation cops say he was drunk and preventing with associates in a California Pizza Kitchen.
Ryan, well-known for snapping a selfie with Justin on stay TV in entrance of 113.7 million viewers in the course of the Tremendous Bowl 52 halftime present, had one other eventful Tremendous Bowl weekend … solely this time, we have discovered he ended up in jail on a felony cost.
In line with the arrest report, obtained by TMZ, cops have been known as to a shopping mall in Naples, FL on Saturday evening for a report of a person who was drunk and hitting his buddy inside a CPK.
When police arrived, officers say a 15-year-old boy advised them he was associates with Ryan however they’d gotten into an argument that escalated to the purpose the place 18-year-old Ryan stood up and aggressively pushed their desk and began yelling obscenities on the boy’s girlfriend.
Cops say they have been speaking to the 15-year-old when Ryan interrupted and began arguing with the boy. Police say Ryan was requested to step away however he stored arguing with the boy till cops received Ryan to relax, step away and wait.
Police say buying heart safety requested to have Ryan escorted off the property … and whereas explaining the method to Ryan, cops say his conduct turned aggressive … waving his arms, yelling and making an attempt to method the 15-year-old boy.
Cops say they put their palms on Ryan’s chest to cease him from confronting the child, however Ryan continued yelling and grabbed the officers’ palms and eliminated them from his chest.
Police say that is once they tried to put Ryan in handcuffs and detain him … officers declare he resisted, so that they took him to the bottom, the place they are saying he continued resisting till lastly placing his palms behind his again and getting cuffed.
Cops say Ryan was hauled off to Naples Jail Middle and booked for felony battery on a regulation enforcement officer and two misdemeanors — resisting arrest and obstruction of an officer.