Miranda Lambert Drops Salad on Woman During Argument: Reports

February 13, 2019 Updated: February 13, 2019

Country singer Miranda Lambert on Feb. 12 reportedly threw salad on a woman during an argument at a restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee.

“The House That Built Me” singer was eating with her mother and a friend at the Stoney River Steakhouse when the argument ensued, reported TMZ.

An older man started the altercation with Lambert’s friend in the men’s restroom over a statement about millennials and cellphones, TMZ reported.

“We’re told the woman’s husband picked a fight with Miranda’s friend, which started in the men’s restroom with a wisecrack about millennials and their phones,” the website said. It’s unclear if the older man made the statement or the friend of Lambert’s.

Miranda Lambert and fiance Blake Shelton at the 44th Annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., on Nov. 10, 2010. (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

The older man then approached Lambert’s table and began screaming.

Lambert then allegedly threw a salad in his wife’s lap, TMZ reported.

Police responded to the steakhouse about two men arguing, but Lambert and her party had left before officials arrived on the scene, according to the report.

Miranda Lambert leads all nominees at the Country Music Awards with nine. (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Officers didn’t file a report over the incident, accoridng to the report.

Lambert hasn’t issued a public statement on the matter.

The restaurant also has not made a statement on the incident.

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