Drake Shares Letter From Swedish Police After Team Denies He Was Arrested

Tucked in a series of Instagram photos from his trip to Europe, Drake seemed to confirm on Sunday (July 17) that he was detained by Swedish police.

On the third slide of his vacation photo dump, a one-page handout was there.

The handout reads “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained” at the top — listing the detainee’s rights — issued by the Public Prosecutor’s Office for Sweden’s National Police Board.

The notice also lists detainees’ rights, and notes an “interrogation will be held” with detainees “as soon as possible.”

Billboard has reached out to his rep for comment.

The photo of the document comes just days after the Canadian rapper’s team denied rumors that he was arrested.

Within 24 hours of the rapper’s baby blue “Air Drake” private jet landing in Stockholm, rumors spread about his arrest.

And the hashtag #FreeDrake started trending on Twitter.

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