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Cardi B Rejects Plea Deal In A Strip Club Bartender Assault Case

News by Joey Jordan Published on 21 Apr,2019

Rapper Cardi B Rejects Plea Deal In A Strip Club Bartender Feud Case

  • Cardi B rejected a plea deal in a strip club bartender assault case.
  • She attended the Queens Criminal Court on Friday surrounded by security guards.
  • If the plea deal was made, the case would have been dismissed and the rapper would be freed from any sentence.
  • Police reported, Cardi B attacked two bartenders in the Angel's Strip Club.

Cardi B is going long in her Strip Club Bartender Brawl case after she refused the plea deal. Cardi B appeared the court in New York on Friday morning.

People reported the rapper arrived at Queens Criminal Court Friday morning dressed in all white and surrounded by security guards who carried umbrellas to protect from the rain.

CAPTION: Cardi B appears in court for her hearing related to the bartender brawl case SOURCE: The Straits Times

Multiple outlets confirmed the 26-year-old rapper rejected the plea deal which would have called her to plead guilty to the third-degree misdemeanor assault.

If the plea deal was made, the case would have been dismissed and the rapper would be freed from any sentence. But, as per the sources, the case will now be going to trial after her rejection. Cardi B's next hearing is set for May 31st.

Last August, the Angel's Strip Club claimed Cardi ordered an attack on the bartenders Baddie Gi and Jade because she believed her husband Offset had an affair with one of them.

NYPD spokesperson told CNN at that time that Cardi allegedly threw chairs, hookahs, and bottles in the club at 3 in the morning. Furthermore, NBC New York reported Cardi B was caught on camera tossing an ice bucket at the women.

CAPTION: Cardi B rejects plea deal in Strip Club Bartender Brawl Assault Case SOURCE: The Hollywood Unlocked

In October, Cardi B surrendered to police and she was subsequently arrested and charged with one count of assault and two counts of reckless endangerment.

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