Country star Zac Brown was at the scene of a hotel drug bust that took place early last Friday morning at the Four Seasons in Palm Beach, Fla., a police report shows.
According to police reports obtained by FOX411, officers were called to check out a suspicious vehicle outside of the hotel. Upon arrival, they approached the driver who consented for the officer to search his car. Inside the car, they found 35 small zip lock baggies containing white powder that later tested positive for cocaine.
They arrested the man and he told police that he was with two women who were in the hotel. The police officers then went to check out the two women and found nine people inside of a hotel room partying, one of whom was reportedly the famous country singer.
One man was arrested for marijuana possession and the two women were arrested for possessing cocaine.
The singer's name is listed on an event report obtained by FOX411. A police department rep refused to comment further.
Brown addressed the arrests on Facebook.
"I attended a private gathering at a Miami-area hotel and had only been there for a short time when police officers arrived and arrested two people in the room who had just showed up a few minutes before. I did not know these people and had no idea that there were drugs in their possession," Brown wrote. "I cooperated fully with the authorities and am not part of any ongoing police investigation. Everyone is responsible for their actions, and I regret using poor judgment and putting myself in that position."
TMZ cites sources who claim police were so star struck by Brown that they agreed to leave his name out of the proceedings because he has a wife and five kids. The gossip site also says one officer asked Brown for his autograph and mocked a stripper for not knowing he was famous.
Brown was in town to attend a charity auction at Barrett-Jackson.
The Zac Brown Band recently earned their thirteenth song to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart for "Beautiful Drug." Best known for the songs "Chicken Fried," "Colder Weather" and "Homegrown," the Georgia-born band is currently on their "Black Out the Sun" tour cross America. They have won 3 Grammys and sold millions of records worldwide.