Cardi B Indicted by Grand Jury on Felony Charges from Strip Club Fight
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The rapper was arrested in October for allegedly ordering an attack on two New York strip club bartenders.
A Grand Jury indicted Cardi B in New York Friday on multiple charges, including two felonies following a strip club brawl in Queens last year.
The fight occurred in August 2018 and Cardi was arrested in October.
The grand jury indicted Cardi, born Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, on 14 charges, including two counts of felony attempted assault with intent to cause serious physical injury. Other charges include misdemeanor reckless endangerment, assault, criminal solicitation, conspiracy, and harassment.
According to TMZ, the rapper was alleged to have ordered an attack on 2 strip club bartenders, Jade and Baddie G. The two women reportedly claim they were injured during the fight after Cardi’s camp threw bottles and chairs.
According to NBC News, Cardi was caught on video throwing an ice bucket at the bartending sisters, whom she has been court-ordered to stay away from.
The incident was allegedly sparked after Cardi accused Jade of being involved with husband, Offset.
Cardi had rejected a plea deal to a Class A misdemeanor in April. Her case will remain sealed until her arraignment next week.