Tyler, The Creator was arrested by Austin police last week after encouraging fans stuck outside of one of his crowded SXSW concert to push their way in. The rapper was charged with inciting a riot, a Class A Misdemeanor, and has since been released on bail. His attorney Perry Q. Minton has released a statement regarding the incident in which he openly questions its 'riot' definition and insists Tyler isn't a violent person. But you can decide who's in the right for yourself, as footage of the event has surfaced on Stereogum. Read the statement and watch the video below.

"At no time during the… concert did Tyler seek to incite or participate in riotous activity as has been reported in the press. It is clear from video clips and witness reports that the patrons and fans attending the show on that date were full of positive energy appropriate for this type of event and never exhibited any anger or aggression whatsoever… For law enforcement or the media to describe the rush of fans through the gate and the subsequent benign, boisterous activity as a riot is an unfortunate and inaccurate description of what occurred… Tyler is not a violent individual and would never deliberately engage in any activity that would put another person at risk of being hurt."

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