POLICE: Boca's Megan Philp Loses It When Makeup Becomes Inaccessible

Megan Philp

Megan Philp, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton’s Megan Philp is being held without bond following a bizarre weekend arrest which generated a report including this sentence:

“I then made contact with Megan. Megan was visibly intoxicated and slurring her words. megan advised that she was listening to music and was told to shut it off and this upset her, Megan stated she is an adult. Megan then advised that she went to the master bedroom and tried to get her makeup back. Megan advised she could not gain entry into the bedroom because the door was locked.”

Police were called when Megan allegedly tried to break down the door. She is charged with obstructing justice, simple assault and battery.

Read the complete police report here.


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