According to Nashville police, Grammy-winning musician Michelle Branch was detained and charged with domestic abuse on Thursday.

According to court records in Nashville, when police were called to their home for a potential domestic disturbance early on Thursday morning

Branch, 39, acknowledged to hitting her husband Patrick Carney, 42, "one to two times" in the face.

Branch, a drummer for the Black Keys and her husband of three years, separated from him just before she was arrested.

Rhys James and Willie Jacquet are the names of Branch and Carney's two kids.

Branch tweeted a statement accusing Carney of adultery on Thursday before deleting it.

A $1,000 bond was set for Branch, according to court documents.

The Spirit Room and Hotel Paper, two of Branch's albums from the early 2000s, are highly known.

In 2003, she received a Grammy for "The Game of Love," a song by the rock band Santana, for best pop collaboration with vocals.

The rock song "Are You Happy Now?" in 2004 and "Leave the Pieces" with country singer Jessica Harp in 2007.