WBFF (Fox 45) reported that 21-year old Georgetown student Ebony McKeever “returned to Gate A at M&T Bank Stadium to try re-entering the stadium and was advised by security officials she could not get in.”
Police reported she became disorderly and assaulted police officers dealing with her. She broke away after having one hand placed in a handcuff and started swinging the arm with the handcuffs attached. That was when police tased her and took her into custody. She was so uncooperative that she even refused to give them her name.
Police filed eight charges against McKeever, whowas treated at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
More from WBFF on the charges:
Ebony McKeever has been charged with the following: two counts of second-degree assault, trespassing, dangerous weapon with intent to injure, resisting arrest, failure to obey a lawful order, disorderly conduct and intoxication/endangerment.
Police said McKeever was the only arrest related to the Beyonce concert. She posted bond and was released.
McKeever’s residence listed on court records indicate she lives on-campus at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Further research indicates that she is a sprinter on the Hoyas Track & Field team.
More on Georgetown Sprinter Ebony McKeever
McKeever’s biography on the Georgetown Athletics website indicates she was a junior this year. She is a native of San Francisco and attended Sacred Heart Cathedral High School. Her personal record in the 400 meter sprint is 56.84 seconds.
McKeever has interned at Kaiser Permanente and at the (San Francisco) Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program. She also was elected in 2014 as a student senator in the Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA).
Ebony McKeever is also active in The Grassroot Project.
More on that project (emphasis added):
The Grassroot Project serves to educate at-risk youth from Washington D.C. about HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention by utilizing Division I “student-athlete” role models. Founded in January 2009, The Grassroot Project is one of the first 501(c)(3) organizations to be designed, initiated, and managed completely by NCAA Division I varsity athletes encompassing athletes from Georgetown University, George Washington University, Howard University, and University of Maryland.
Beyonce concerts in other cities have been protested by police officers and officers refusing to volunteer for overtime hours to provide security for her concerts. The protests were because of claims that her peformance at the Super Bowl and the video for the song Formation are anti-police.
The Baltimore Sun reports that McKeever was escorted out of the concert for disorderly conduct before the other events unfolded.