They did not specify if Wilson was one of the passengers.
When contacted by CNN, Wilson’s attorney, Rob Britt, declined to comment.
Wilson made her country music debut in 2004 with the hit single, “Redneck Woman” off her album “Here for the Party.” She won a Grammy Award for the song in 2005.
Her following album, “All Jacked Up,” became the highest ever debut by a female artists on the country charts at the time — a record that has since been broken by Carrie Underwood.
Wilson has been open about the setbacks she faced on her way to stardom. At the age of 15, she quit school to become a bartender but eventually moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. In 2008, she made headlines for going back to school to get her GED.
“I had big dreams like most local musicians do, but the chances of this having happened for me were slim to none,” she said in an interview at the time. “Without [an] education, I’d have been pouring drinks for the rest of my life.”
Wilson is scheduled to perform at the Mohegan Sun resort in Connecticut Wednesday night. A spokesperson for the resort told CNN the show will continue as planned.
CNN has contacted Wilson’s representative for comment.
CNN’s Evan Simko-Bednarski contributed to this story.