Former Miss Hooters Tennessee Contestant Allegedly Trashes Boyfriend's Home After Bad Breakup

Madison Rogers, who placed in the top five in the regional Miss Hooters pageant, was arrested on burglary and vandalism charges.

By Eric Shorey

A former contestant in the Miss Hooters pageant was arrested after police say she trashed her ex-boyfriend's home after he broke up with her.

Madison Rogers, 21, of Nashville, Tennessee was arrested on charges of vandalism and aggravated burglary on June 7. A week before that, police had been called to the scene after her ex-boyfriend reported a home invasion. Security footage of the incident allegedly depicted Rogers storming into and destroying the inside of his house.

Rogers' ex-boyfriend, who remains unnamed in reports, told police that he had broken up with her that day after two years of dating, according to The Tennessean. He said that when he got home, he heard a pounding on the door. That's when he said Rogers kicked the door in and began an all-out physical attack on him.

Madison Rogers

The man said he physically restrained Rogers, picked her up on his back, and tossed her out of the house before calling 911, according to Scoop Nashville. Yelling from outside, Rogers allegedly asked him if he "liked the upstairs." When the man went upstairs to investigate, he found his bedroom, bathroom, and closet completely in shambles. Security footage allegedly revealed that Rogers had entered the home before he had returned that day.

Rogers had competed in the Miss Hooters Tennessee pageant in April. She placed in the top five of the contest.

A warrant was issued and Rogers was arrested. She was released from the Metro Jail on a $5,000 bond, according to jail records.

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