Machine Gun Kelly allegedly shoved a parking lot attendant on the set of a movie he’s directing in Los Angeles — because it took too long for the worker to fetch his car, according to a report.
The rapper-turned-rocker — who is co-directing and starring in “Good Mourning With a U” along with girlfriend Megan Fox — is denying that he shoved the attendant in the chest at least a week ago, TMZ reported.
The unidentified attendant filed a police report over the incident that’s expected to be relayed to prosecutors at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, which handles misdemeanor violations, law enforcement sources told the outlet.
The attendant told cops the rapper was miffed because of a “delay” in getting his ride, the sources told TMZ.
Exactly when the alleged push took place is unclear, and a call seeking additional comment from reps for Kelly and Los Angeles police were not immediately returned early Monday.
Production sources said the attendant had wandered into the middle of the on-location shoot before the alleged dust-up, claiming he started telling a crewmember to get out of the lot.
That led MGK, whose real name is Colson Baker, to yell for the parking lot attendant to get off the set, but the 31-year-old Houston native did not make physical contact with him, production sources told TMZ.
The parking lot attendant waited nearly a week to report the alleged incident to cops. He was not injured and told investigators there were no witnesses to the purported shove, despite the fact that he was on a movie set at the time, TMZ reported.
Multiple other people witnessed the alleged incident, which may be ultimately rejected by prosecutors due to insufficient evidence and no reported injuries to the alleged victim, according to the report.