Miss Hooters Tennessee finalist arrested, accused of trashing boyfriend's house after breakup




Miss Hooters Tennessee finalist arrested, accused of trashing boyfriend's house after breakup
Miss Hooters Tennessee finalist arrested, accused of trashing boyfriend's house after breakup  

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A woman who recently placed among the top five contestants in the Miss Hooters Tennessee competition is facing criminal charges after Metro Nashville police say she destroyed part of her boyfriend's house.

Madison Rogers, 21, was arrested June 7 on charges of vandalism and aggravated burglary after police say she was caught on security video destroying a part of his Nashville home.

On May 31, officers responded to the man's home after he reported a home invasion.

At the scene, the man told police he broke up with his girlfriend of two years earlier in the day.

He said he had just returned home when he heard pounding on the door, and when he went to the door, his ex-girlfriend kicked it open and began assaulting him.

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According to the affidavit, the man restrained Rogers to prevent her from hitting him, carried her outside his home and dialed 911.

While outside, she asked whether he "liked the upstairs" before she fled the scene, the affidavit shows.

Upstairs, the man found his bedroom, bathroom and closet destroyed, the affidavit continues, and security footage captured Rogers entering the man's home before he arrived.

Warrants were issued and Rogers was arrested about one week later, booked into the Metro Jail and released on a $5,000 bond, jail records show.

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This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Miss Hooters Tennessee finalist arrested, accused of trashing boyfriend's house after breakup

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