Kid Rock’s Rock and Roll Jesus album racked up 172,000 sales in its first week of release, bumping Bruce Springsteen’s Magic from the top of the charts to give the Heartland rock-rap fusioneer his first No. 1 debut.

Less than a week later, the star — born Robert James Ritchie — and his entourage were celebrating a typically raucous Atlanta concert at a local Waffle House in the early hours of a Sunday morning when a patron reportedly approached them and made disparaging remarks about a woman who was accompanying Kid. Events quickly escalated, with the “party” spilling into the parking lot.

While Rock was eventually arrested and charged with misdemeanor simple battery in the aftermath, the patron who allegedly instigated the fracas was hit with a more serious felony charge of damage to property for breaking a window at the restaurant — as Kid added another smiling civic portrait to his collection.