‘America’s Got Talent’ Finalist Glennis Grace Arrested

Former America’s Got Talent finalist Glennis Grace was reportedly arrested for assault, TMZ reports.

Sources with direct knowledge of the situation said Grace, her 15-year-old son and another male individual were all arrested on suspicion of assault over the weekend following an alleged incident at a supermarket in the Netherlands, her home country.

TMZ reports Grace’s son had “some kind of interaction with staff” at the store, left and later returned with his mother and the other male suspect, which led to a violent confrontation resulting in several people experiencing injuries, according to police.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the investigation is ongoing and officers plan to “pass their findings on to prosecutors to determine if anyone gets charged.”

Grace, her son and the other individual have since all been released from custody.

“The police investigation is still ongoing and we trust that it will show that Glennis has not committed any criminal offenses. We are now waiting for the investigation to be finished before making further announcements,” Grace’s attorney said in a statement issued to TMZ.

Grace, a singer, was a finalist during America’s Got Talent‘s 13th season in 2018 and was a semifinalist in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest, representing the Netherlands with her song My Impossible Dream.

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