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Police are now investigating an incident that occurred on Nov. 11 involving "Brass Against" frontwoman Sophia Urista wherein she invited a fan up the stage, instructed him to lie down, then urinated on his face during the band's performance at the Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona, Florida.

It has been reported that the Daytona Beach Police are currently investigating the incident. The shocking act by Urista seems to have broken indecent exposure laws. The singer reportedly pulled down her pants and urinated on the fan's face. It is said that Urista picked out a willing member from the audience who jumped on stage after the singer's invitation, "I gotta pee, and I can't make it to the bathroom. So we might as well make a show out of it."

According to Consequence, a fan complained to police, she was then advised to file a report and did so. It is known to be illegal in Florida for "a person to expose his or her sexual organs in public or on the private premises of another, or so near thereto as to be seen from such private premises, in a vulgar or indecent manner."

The indecent exposure charge has a maximum punishment of a year in prison, also a $1,000 fine. The department of criminal investigations division is now looking into the matter.

The "Brass Against'' members were in shock at Urita's "profoundly unexpected" stunt. They immediately followed up with an apology that stated, "We had a great time last night at Welcome to Rockville. Sophia got carried away," the statement said. "That's not something the rest of us expected, and it’s not something you'll see again at our shows. Thanks for bringing it last night, Daytona."

The band’s supporters expressed mixed emotions on this stunt. Some called it "disgusting," while some said it was cool and a great act to define what rock means.

The band gained popularity for covering songs by other musicians such as Soundgarden and Black Sabbath. "Brass Against" is "a collective with the goal of creating music to inspire social and personal change."

Urista joined "The Voice" in 2016, wherein she garnered impressive comments from judges.

The songs performed included older hits (like 2006 single "Atrevete-te-te" to the title track of their most recent album. Edwin Sanchez