Cardi B Surrenders to Police Over Strip Club Fight


"Cardi is heading down to the precinct to claim her name and innocence", said an insider.

The charges involve a fight and assault in the Angels Strip Club, in NY, on 29 August when Cardi B, along with some in her entourage, is alleged to have thrown furniture recklessly, causing injuries to employees' feet and legs.

According to the two alleged victims who worked as bartenders at Angels Strip Club in Queens, New York, Cardi reportedly ordered her posse to violently attack the women while she visited the club in August.

Cardi B, born Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, will turn herself in to police in Flushing, sources confirmed to PIX11.

Cardi was at the strip club performing at the time. She was fingerprinted and ordered to take a mugshot, TMZ reports.

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Cardi will appear in court on October 29 for a "Best appearance ticket", which means she has to appear to pay a fine.

It is possible that the victim of the assault could sue Cardi, and in that case, she would have to appear in court as part of a civil suit.

In a separate incident earlier this month, the "Bodak Yellow" star made headlines after an altercation at a New York Fashion Week event with fellow rapper, Nicki Minaj.

Video circulating on social media showed Cardi B lunging toward someone and being held back at Harper's Bazaar Icons.

They say chairs and bottles were thrown and two bartenders were hit with debris.