MADRID (Reuters) – Jade Jagger, the daughter of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, has been arrested on the Spanish island of Ibiza on charges of assaulting police officers, a police source said on Thursday without giving further details.
The 51-year-old jewelry designer had been staying at a hotel on the popular party island since at least May 11, according to her Instagram account.
He was arrested along with a man on wednesday following an altercation at a restaurant in the island's capital, Ibiza Town, Spain's biggest newspaper El Pais reported, citing witnesses.
According to El Pais, the man became aggressive with the waiters and the couple were thrown out.
Police were called after the man continued hurling abuses in the street. When they arrived, the man resisted arrest and Jagger attacked the police officers by scratching and punching them, El Pais said.
According to El Pais, she will appear in court on Friday.
The police source declined to confirm the details of the El Pais report. Reuters could not immediately reach Jagger for comment.
(Reporting by Charlie Devereux; Editing by David Latona and Bill Berkot)