Pretty Girl singer Maggie Lindemann has claimed she was arrested and kept in ‘living hell’ for five days while in Malaysia.
The singer shared a statement on Instagram apologising to fans that had come out to see her for a recent tour date as she was unable to perform.
She then cryptically stated she was pulled of stage and is unable to perform due to the arrest.
In an Instagram post, Maggie wrote: ‘I want to start off by saying I’m sorry to the fans that came out to the Malaysia show on the 21st [June].
‘For reasons I can’t go into right now, I was detained and arrested mid-way through my set and spent the next 5 days confined in a living hell.’
‘I’m also so sorry to the fans in Asia that paid for tickets to come see me,’ she continued. ‘I was so excited to see and meet all of you but unfortunately I was unable to finish the tour.
‘I have been advised not to say more at this time, but thank you for the kind words and concern. I love you and I hope to be back soon.’
While the reason for her arrest is as yet unknown, Maggie is reportedly now back in the USA following the ordeal.
Metro.co.uk have contacted Maggie’s reps for further comment.
The singer has recently collaborated with Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker on new single Friends Go and is the voice behind 2016 hit Pretty Girl.
Maggie’s last post prior to the statement was from her date in Kuala Lumpur but her Asian tour dates seem to be on hold for the foreseeable future.
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