Singer-producer claims he was "jumped by three security guards" following his festival performance.
Update: Lollapalooza has released the following statement regarding Friday night's incident: "Late Friday night, we learned of an incident involving an artist and a security guard on site. Since then, we have been in contact with those involved and the authorities, as we work together to resolve the situation. As always, our top priority is to ensure the safety of everyone at the festival."
Dev Hynes, the singer-songwriter behind the critically acclaimed indie act Blood Orange, claims that he and girlfriend Samantha Urbani were assaulted by security guards at Lollapalooza Festival on Friday (Aug. 1).