Cardi B pleads guilty to strip club fight

Cardi B pleads guilty to strip club fight


Cardi B appeared in New York court on Thursday (September 15) and pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts on Thursday — admitting she paid a friend $5,000 to beat up a woman who worked at a club. Queens strip in 2018.

Cardi B, who was dressed in a tight cream-colored dress, admitted to third-degree assault and second-degree reckless threat as part of a plea deal that spared her prison time.

“I feel like I’m fine,” Cardi said when asked how she felt leaving the courthouse.

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Cardi B pleads guilty to strip club fight

Cardi B received a three-year protective order and was ordered to do 15 days of community service after she got into a fight with two bartender sisters during which she threw a hookah at one of them and instructed one friend to attack the other for allegedly sleeping with her. husband.


Asked by Queens Supreme Court Justice Michelle Johnson if she understood the terms of her plea deal, the rapper replied “Yes” in a low voice.

The incident at the strip club.

Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, also admitted to assaulting the bartender, pulling his hair and hitting his head on the bar during the August 2018 attack.

Her role in the attack on sisters, Jade and Baddie G., at the Flushing strip club, Angels, led to 12 counts against her, including two counts of attempted assault.

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The rapper briefly waved as she entered the courthouse Thursday morning, while wearing a pair of thick sunglasses and telling reporters she was doing “good.”

She sat on a bench inside the courtroom and nervously tapped her foot before the hearing, but she also chatted, laughed and turned to greet the reporters.

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Cardi B rejected a plea deal in 2020, and her attorney, Drew Findling, claimed she did so in an effort to simply get on with her life.

“There are a lot of things she has planned for her family, for her career and for the community and she honestly felt that a three-week jury trial would be a distraction from the things she thought were most important. important and therefore we contacted the prosecution,” Findling said after the appeal.

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