Cardi B given protection orders by court after strip club brawl

181207 yang nyp queens court cardi b court 1 Judge Issues Order Of Protection In Bronx Rapper Cardi B Strip Club Fight Case

Cardi B given protection orders by court after strip club brawl

The platinum-selling hip hop star is scheduled to appear in court on charges related to a brawl at a NY strip club.

Cardi B's appearance Friday enabled her to avoid arrest, after she failed to appear as requested last Monday, and a judge threatened to issue a bench warrant for her.

But the judge said she was not a flight risk.

Sisters Jade and Baddie Gi, who worked as bartenders at the establishment, claim that members of Cardi B's posse assaulted them after she instructed them to do so. They say a fight broke out during which chairs, bottles and hookah pipes were thrown, slightly injuring the woman and another employee.

She appeared in court wearing long rainbow hair and Christian Louboutin boots - the "red bottoms" she bragged about in her hit "Bodak Yellow" - along with a floppy hat and a fur-trimmed jacket.

The rainbow-haired "I Like It" artist - donning a brown broad-rimmed hat, a black fur-trimmed coat, black trousers, and black Christian Louboutin heeled boots - arrived at Queens Criminal Court at 8:56 a.m., minutes before a 9 o'clock deadline.

John Kelly Was Questioned By Mueller Team About Obstruction
Kelly had sought to bring more order and stability to a White House that has often been chaotic under the unpredictable Trump. Kelly is the latest high-ranking White House official known to have given information for Mueller's probe.

Content creators and fans lash out at YouTube's 'Rewind' | Articles | Crisis Communications
At time of publication, the video has a staggering 2.2 million dislikes-more than double the 1 million likes it's garnered. According to YouTube's year-end analysis of Singapore's video trends, we seem to be really, really patriotic people.

Charlottesville killer guilty of 1st degree murder
Fields referred to Heyer's mother in a recorded jailhouse phone call as a "communist" and "one of those anti-white supremacists". He posted the meme publicly to his Instagram page and sent a similar image as a private message to a friend in May 2017.

As Cardi B left the courthouse, a reporter asked her how it felt to be nominated, according to NBC News.

Queens Criminal Court Judge Scott Dunn allowed the hip-hop star, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, to remain free without bail, a spokeswoman from the Queens District Attorney's Office said.

She is due back in court on January 31 to face the misdemeanour charges. The couple got married in September 2017 and welcomed a baby girl in July.

Hours before her Grammy nomination was announced Cardi B was awaiting her fate for a pending legal battle that involved a reported strip club brawl earlier this summer.

Cardi B, her feet bare beneath a voluminous red Dolce & Gabbana gown, was seen leaving the party with what appeared to be a bump on her head.

Latest News