Music Video Shoot Goes Wrong as Police Respond and Shots Fired

Crime Scene

Music video shoot goes wrong as police respond and shots are fired.

According to reports, a music video shoot in Detroit went bad quickly after police arrived on the scene of the music video thinking it was a carjacking in progress.

Police say they received several calls Saturday afternoon of what appeared to be a carjacking of an Aston Marton in Detroit.

When police showed up, the men explained they were shooting a music video. Police then said they had no record of permits to film, so police officers thought it was an actual robbery and started shooting at two men who appeared to be holding guns.

Fortunately, none of the three shots fired by police hit anyone.

Officers took all three men involved in the music video into custody and are investigating.

What do you think? Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.

What's Featured:

How To Get Gigs?

Attaining gigs and other sorts of work is a challenge faced by many actors, influencers, models, filmmakers, and all trying to break into the creative industry....