RuPaul’s Drag Race s2 winner Tyra Sanchez ‘arrested for spray-painting graffiti’
RuPaul’s Drag Race star Tyra Sanchez has reportedly been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage for allegedly spray-painting graffiti which read ‘Don’t Move Here Ever’ on a building
RuPaul’s Drag Race champion Tyra Sanchez has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage for allegedly spray-painting graffiti on a building in Atlanta, according to TMZ.
Tyra, whose real name James William Ross, skyrocketed to the glittering heights of fame as the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race season two.
TMZ reports the retired queen, 32, was arrested and taken to Fulton County Jail on Thursday and faces one count of criminal damage to property.
Officers from the Atlanta Police Department attended the scene after a call about vandalism at 10.30am at an apartment building.
“Don’t Move Here Ever” was spray-painted on the side of the building, a security guard told cops.
Mirror Online has reached out to Tyra Sanchez’s representative for comment.
Earlier this year, the star has hung up the stilettos and stepped out on the limelight.
The winner retired from being a Beyoncé impersonator in March.
It was made public in an Instagram post with fans which has since been deleted.
Tyra’s rise to fame on RuPaul’s Drag Race was rewarded with a $25,000 prize fund for winning the show.
During RuPaul’s Drag Race, the fiery TV personality got into a lot of feuds with fellow contestants.
However, the leading star managed to secure the winning title because of show-stopping performances in front of the judges.