A complaint has been filed against singer Glennis Grace in connection with her role in the supermarket quarrel in Amsterdam last week. Her son and a third suspect have also been reported, a spokesperson for the Public Prosecution Service confirms after reporting from Show news†
The Public Prosecution Service does not want to disclose the exact content of the report and who made it. “The investigation is still ongoing.” The singer’s lawyer also does not want to comment on this. “At the moment we are not commenting on this and I refer to the client’s statement from last week,” Kerem Canatan told ANP news agency.
The singer does not have to go back to jail. “We previously announced that we have no legal grounds to detain her,” said the spokesperson for the Public Prosecution Service.
The supermarket quarrel in which the singer was involved took place on Saturday evening, February 12, in a Jumbo branch in the center of Amsterdam. According to the police, the altercation was preceded by a violent incident between a customer and a staff member. According to several media, the customer was Glennis Grace’s son.
Glenda Batta – as the singer is really called -, her son and a third suspect, according to media a friend of the family, were arrested and were detained for three days. They were released a week ago. The three were then given a so-called behavioral instruction. This means that they are not allowed to go near the supermarket and not to contact the supermarket employees.
Lawyer Canatan previously told ANP news agency that the singer has pushed a supermarket employee, but that she does not recognize herself in the accusations that she has kicked and punched.
“I know that I have not committed any criminal offences,” the singer herself said on Instagram: