Gretchen Wilson Kicked Out of New Mexico Hotel For Being “Super Loud”

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It’s hard to be a rock star. Or a rockin’ country star. Just ask Gretchen Wilson. The “Redneck Woman” was asked to leave a Las Cruces, New Mexico hotel after allegedly getting a little rowdy after playing the Las Cruces Country Music Festival.

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According to ABC affiliate KVIA, police were dispatched to Hotel Encanto after an employee of the business reportedly attempted to approach Gretchen about excessive noise. Apparently, the singer and her entourage were not playing music, but the manager reported that they were being “super loud.”

The report states that police arrived at the hotel at 3:30am and “the guests” had left voluntarily.

Afterward, Gretchen tweeted a rallying cry to her followers asking them to help boycott the hotel to run them out of business.

“Was a guest in Las Cruces, NM yesterday and had a blast with the people there,” she wrote. “However, you should all band together to put Hotel Encanto out of business. Had to wait 2 hours for breakfast. Then they sent police to kick me out in the middle of the night for no reason. I complied. Home early.”

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In a second tweet, she wrote, “I got off stage at 11:30pm. At 12:30pm I was only talking in my room. The hotel informed me that QUIET HOURS started at 10pm. Wrong hotel for 3rd shifters.”

In 2018, Gretchen was arrested at a Connecticut airport after allegedly causing a disturbance on a flight. Those charges were later dropped.