Per the documents, Miami Beach police responded to a cardiac-arrest distress call just before 1 a.m. at the luxe Mondrian South Beach hotel. When two MBPD officers arrived, they noted that Miami Beach Fire-Rescue was already on scene treating a man named Travis Dyson for a possible drug overdose, but he was in stable condition.

The officers stated that one of the men involved in the incident, Aldo Mejias, had lent Dyson his credit card information to rent a hotel room yesterday afternoon. The two men were supposed to meet later that day. Mejias told the officers that he arrived at the hotel room around 11 p.m. Mejias said Dyson opened the door and then immediately collapsed on a bed and started vomiting. Mejias said he began giving Dyson CPR and called 911.

In the meantime, Mejias said Gillum was inside the hotel room “under the influence of an unknown substance.” As Mejias was giving Dyson CPR, Mejias said, Gillum was inside a bathroom vomiting. Officers said they tried to speak to Gillum, but he was too inebriated to talk. Miami Beach Fire-Rescue said it responded a second time to Gillum later that night for a welfare check and said Gillum had returned to stable condition.