Randy Travis' Truck Found Flipped And Abandoned In A Field

Randy Travis may or may not have gotten into another car accident this weekend. His lawyer is vigorously denying his client was behind the wheel, but he is admitting the flipped-over and smashed-up vehicle does belong to the troubled country star. So, it seems either someone stole it and crashed it, or Travis is straight up lying through his attorney.

The vehicle in question, a pick-up truck, was found flipped and dented with the windows shattered in a desolate field early Saturday morning, a day after Travis’ most recent arrest in a church parking lot. How the hell the truck got there is unclear. Travis’ lawyer told WFAA, his client hasn’t driven it for months, but of course, the police still want to speak to the singer anyway, which is no big surprise considering all he’s gotten up to over the past few months.

Earlier this year, Travis was arrested for getting drunk in a church parking lot. Earlier this month, he was pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, and when the cops pulled him out of the car, they discovered he was naked. Earlier this week, he was booked for a fight in a church parking lot, and now, there’s this mysterious vehicle that was found abandoned.

It could be bizarre circumstances and horrible luck for the crooner, or it could be yet another sign that Travis needs help to stop drinking as soon as possible. We’ll see what the authorities decide.

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