Antifa members arrested after allegedly attacking protestors, police outside of Fort Worth ‘family-friendly’ drag show

Samuel Fowlkes, Meghan Grant, and Christopher Guillott were arrested.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

On Sunday, three members of Antifa were arrested outside of a Fort Worth, Texas family-friendly drag show after allegedly attacking protestors of the event.

Samuel Fowlkes was arrested on charges of resisting arrest, search, or transport, assaulting a peace officer, evading arrest or detention, and four counts of assault causing bodily injury, according to booking documents. 

Fowlkes, who is being held on $22,500 bail, has been revealed to identify as nonbinary. In a Reddit Post, Fowlkes wrote, "better to face suicide by cop or paramilitary chud then my own hands but i respect you. this is why we need Community defense over self defense, and community defense is more than just guns, it’s checking up on eachother, providing without asking, and having each others backs."

Meghan Grant was arrested on charges of resisting arrest, search, or transport, and interfering with public duties.

Christopher Guillott was arrested on charges of assaulting a peace officer and interfering with public duties.

The incident occurred outside Fort Brewery and Pizza, which held the drag brunch on Sunday. In an event description, the brewery stated, "This is the perfect event to celebrate a special occasion with your friends, family, or coworkers, or to simply indulge in a fun-filled day out with your loved ones."

The three arrested are reportedly part of the Elm Fork John Brown Gun Club, members of which are frequently armed at protests and riots. The group is currently advertising its CashApp account on Twitter to raise bail for the arrested members. 

A CashApp spokesperson told The Post Millennial, "Customer security is our number one priority. Our team takes all security concerns seriously and will take action when appropriate."

The group claimed that the arrested members were "trying to aid an injured drag defender." 

Protect Texas Kids, one of the groups protesting the event, said that Antifa members "were outside assaulting police officers and macing members of [the New Columbia Movement] who were peacefully praying.

The Post Millennial has reached out to the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office for comment.


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