Well-known rapper Big Sean was arrested on a sex abuse complaint at an Artpark concert Thursday night, according to State Park Police.
The 23-year-old Detroit artist, whose legal name is Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, was charged with third-degree sex abuse, forcible touching and second-degree unlawful imprisonment.
The incident was reported at 9:50 p.m Thursday during the Wiz Khalifa concert at the Lewiston showplace, where Big Sean also performed.
Authorities also arrested Detroit resident Willie Antonio Hansbro, 23, on the same charges. Both posted $500 bail and were released.
A woman lodged a complaint that she had been sexually assaulted and parks police investigated, Detective Sgt. Brian Nisbet said.
Additional information on the incident is not being released at this time, he said.
Big Sean is signed to GOOD Music, a record label founded by rapper Kanye West. He also is signed to Def Jam Recordings.
In June, Big Sean released his debut studio album, "Finally Famous," which was preceded by several mix tapes. He also has been a featured artist for several Wiz Khalifa songs.
A spokeswoman for Big Sean could not be reached to comment.