Cardi B charged after alleged fracas with bartender in New York strip club

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Rapper Cardi B is helped by security personnel as she leaves an authorities precinct, Monday, Oct. 1, 2018, in the Queens district of New York. The rap artist consulted with authorities as part of an examination of her possible participation in a battle at a strip club. (AP)

Rapper Cardi B turned herself into authorities on Monday and was charged with attack in connection with a brawl at a New York strip club on Saturday where bottles and chairs were tossed, cops stated.

The Bronx-born artist was charged after consulting with private investigators at a Queens police headquarters.

“ We understand no proof that she triggered any person any damage from that night, ” her legal representative, Jeff Kern, informed press reporters. “ We anticipate the matter to be dealt with expeditiously.”

Cardi B, 25, and her entourage were at the club at around 3 a.m. Saturday when she got in an argument with a 23-year-old female who was bartending, cops stated.

They stated a battle broke out throughout which chairs, bottles and hookah pipes were tossed, a little hurting another worker and the bartender.

The “Bodak Yellow” rap artist and about 9 other individuals in her celebration ran away, however she later on accepted turn herself in after being determined by the bartender, authorities stated. Detectives were checking out whether the fracas included a romantic disagreement.

The female bartenders, siblings Jade and Baddie Gi, declared they were assaulted due to the fact that of accusations of an affair with rap artist Offset, Cardi’s hubby, according to Page Six .

The siblings, genuine names are Rachel Wattley, 21, and Sarah Wattley, 23, are taking legal action against the rap star for damages, the report stated.

Cardi B, born Belcalis Almanzar, was charged with 2 counts of negligent endangerment and one count of third-degree attack for the supposed attack, Page Six reported.

Police stated she is because of appear in Queens criminal court on Oct. 29.

The Associated Press added to this report.

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