Protestors & Police Clash Outside Drag Show – Three Pro-Drag Protestors Arrested

Meghan Grant, 37, Christopher Guillott, 33, and Samuel Fowlkes, 27, were arrested by Fort Worth Police after a protest outside the Fort Brewery and Pizza in Fort Worth got violent because the restaurant was hosting a drag brunch event.

The group “Protect Texas Kids” gathered outside to protest the show, and a group of counter-protesters showed up and surrounded the restaurant.

Police say the counter-protesters were dressed in black, wearing helmets, tactical vests, and brandishing handguns and long guns.

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Video surveillance cameras show one of the counter-protesters spraying pepper spray at a Protect Texas Kids protestor. Still, there is no audio of what was said leading up to the confrontation.

Fort Worth Drag Brunch Protest

The suspect was later identified as Samuel Fowlkes, was arrested and even threw punches at arresting officers.

As officers were dealing with Fowlkes, another counter-protester, Christopher Guillott, or arrestee #2, allegedly struck an officer in the face with an umbrella.

A third counter-protester, identified as Meghan Grant, decided to charge through a group of officers in an attempt to get to Fowlkes and Guillott.

Body camera video shows police shoving Grant back multiple times before placing her under arrest.

Fowlkes was charged with four counts of assault causing bodily injury, one count of evading arrest, one count of resisting arrest, and one count of felony assault on a peace officer.

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Guillott was charged with interference with public duties and assault on a peace officer.

Ms. Grant was charged with interference with public duties and resisting arrest.

According to Andy Ngo, the three arrestees are members of North Texas Antifa.

“The Fort Worth Police Department respects everyone’s constitutional rights to free speech and assembly. Our main goal during any protest event is to provide a safe environment that respects all participant’s constitutional rights while effectively maintaining public peace and order. However, those who choose to violate the law and assault others will be arrested and charged,” said the Fort Worth Police Department in a statement.

No protestors with Protect Texas Kids were arrested or charged.

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