Authorities have released the audio of multiple calls made to 911 following an incident at Stoney River steakhouse on West End that reportedly involved country singer, Miranda Lambert.
The audio of four calls made Sunday around 8 p.m. were provided Friday morning to News 2 and included accounts from restaurant employees and the owner.
“I have two guests about to get into a fist fight… Miranda Lambert,” the caller, who identifies herself as a restaurant employee, tells an emergency dispatcher.
When the dispatcher asks “who’s about to fight?” the employee states “Miranda Lambert. She just ran out the door and got into it with another couple here.”
“Why were they getting into an argument?” the dispatcher asks. “Why were they attempting to fight each other?”
“Something happened in the restaurant between these two gentlemen, and another gentleman walked up to her table and started cussing him out,” the caller responds. “This is the third time they’ve gotten into it and now Miranda is trying to hit people and she’s flipping plates over on them.”
“Tell me exactly what happened,” the dispatcher asks another employee.
“There’s an altercation going on between two guests and it’s about to get physical,” the caller states. “Our managers are trying to hold them back but we can’t.”
“I need cops here right now. There’s some guys about to fight in my restaurant. I need a cop here now,” the owner tells a dispatcher. “One’s saying he’s a cop and the other says he works for Homeland security.”
Metro police told News 2 that officers responded to the restaurant for a fight but did not find the people involved.
No further information was released by police regarding the incident.