Bernard Tomic Arrested and charged after crazy party in Miami ‘police say’

Bernard Tomic Arrested and charged after crazy party in Miami, police say

Bernard Tomic has been arrested after an incident at a Miami Beach hotel.

Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic has been charged with trespassing and resisting arrest following complaints over a noisy penthouse party in a $7,000-a-night Miami Beach hotel suite.

Security guards were called to the room in the W Hotel in South Beach in the early hours of Wednesday following multiple noise complaints.

The 22-year-old tennis player, ranked 25th in the world, refused to turn down the music and slammed the door in the guards’ faces, according to an arrest affidavit.

At that point, police were called: “The hotel decided they didn’t want to deal with him any more and told us, ‘We want him out’,” Miami Beach detective Vivian Thayer told AAP.

After officers arrived Tomic and his guests were told to pack up and leave – but the bad boy of Australian tennis apparently refused.

“[He] pointed his finger aggressively towards the hotel security officers and continued to play loud music”, the police report explained.

“Remaining guests in the room left and the defendant wilfully remained in the room refusing to comply,” the report added.

“[The] defendant was verbally warned again that he was being evicted and was no longer allowed to be in the hotel. Defendant once again verbally and physically refused to comply with officer commands.”

He was released on Wednesday, according to jail officials.

Tomic won junior titles at the 2008 Australian Open and the 2009 U.S. Open. As a pro, he claimed the title in the 2014 Claro Open Colombia and has earned more than $660,000 in winnings in 2015, according to the ATP’s website.

Earlier this month, Tomic was dumped from Australia’s Davis Cup team after a blistering tirade at Australian team officials following his third round exit at Wimbledon.

Court documents did not list an attorney for Tomic.