“American Idol” winner Reinhardy says he’s working with LSU police on “sensitive” claims

“American Idol” winner Rheinhardy said Thursday that he was working with police at Louisiana State University after making “sensitive” claims to him.

of Social media postsHardy said he had “received a warrant” for the allegations, but did not provide additional details.

An LSU spokesman confirmed that there was an “aggressive investigation” with the school police station in which the singer was involved, but refused to provide additional details on Thursday night.

In the post, Hardy said, “I understand that my career has attracted public attention. I sincerely accept it because my entire world belongs to my music and fans.” Said.

He added: “But because of the delicate nature of this claim, we humbly seek privacy at this time. I will respect the law to the fullest extent and support future investigations as needed.”

Hardy, 21, grew up east of the Baton Rouge in Livingston, Louisiana. He won Season 17 of the “American Idol” in 2019.