The following statement was issued by Tracey Nguyen, of 5W Public Relations regarding Snoop Dogg's recent run-in with police in Stockholm, Sweden.

"Contrary to erroneous press reports, Snoop Dogg was not arrested in Sweden. He was questioned and released with no charges filed. He is excited to continue his successful co-headlining European tour with
Diddy."

Snoop was stopped and detained for several hours early Monday morning (March 12) as he traveled from a performance at the Globen Arena to an after-party. Authorities claimed that the rapper and a female companion appeared to be under the influence of illegal drugs. Snoop was ordered to give a urine sample and was later released. However, if the test results come back positive for narcotics, he may face a fine. Snoop is currently staring on the Pass The Puff European Tour with Sean “Diddy” Combs.