Beyonce and Jay-Z phase, the invader charged

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A man who has forced his way on stage to Beyonce and Jay-Z concert has been accused of disorderly conduct and simple battery.

Anthony Charles Thomas Maxwell, 26, rides on stage in Atlanta of the pair In flight II exhibition ends Saturday, August 25.

He approached Jay-Z and in contact with him, the local police official Lisa Bender told the Associated Press.

Security and backup dancers managed to stop Mr Maxwell always behind the scenes.

In a post on Instagram, Beyonce’s publicist Yvette Noel-Schure said that the couple was “good” and I don’t see” their second show in Atlanta on Sunday night.

@beyonce and JAY-Z on the stage tonight in Atlanta. Thanks to all the fans for your concern. They are beautiful, and waiting for the show tomorrow.

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Mr. Maxwell was treated for minor injuries, and police said no one was injured.

In the american state of Georgia, the law defines simple battery as “physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature.”

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“At the end of the last night of the show, we had a drunk male entering the scene,” the organizer said in a statement.

“At this point, we had a controlled evacuation of the entire crew on stage for a secure defuse the situation.”

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The couple has come for the Run II tour has filled arenas around the world, and Billboard reports that could bring in as much as $250 million (£193m).

In the month of June, the happy couple fans by releasing a joint album, All is Love, which they unveiled on stage in London.