Chris Young, a country musician, addresses 'false claims' following his detention at a Nashville club.

Chris Young, a country artist, addressed the "false accusations" he faced after being detained for punching an officer. The accusations were dismissed few days later.

The Alcoholic Beverage Commission (ABC) arrested the "I'm Comin' Over" singer on January 22 and charged him with disorderly behavior, 

resisting arrest, and assaulting an officer.Young wrote on social media, "Hi people, I just wanted to say something. 

I'm still absorbing everything that happened over the last week, including the false charges. 

But first and foremost, I wanted to thank everyone who had my back. It meant everything to me, and so many friends and admirers reached out to say, 

We got you, we don't believe you did any of this.' So it's absolutely good to have the accusations dropped."

"I don't want anyone to have to go through this ever again. However, as I already stated, the bright spot was seeing so much love and support.

So, as a thank you to you, I wanted to release a new song from the album so you have something to listen to.

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