Cardi B Surrenders to Police Over Alleged Strip Club Fight

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The incident unfolded at Angels Strip Club at about 3 a.m. on August 29 when police say the rapper and her entourage got into an argument with an employee, The Associated Press reported. Two bartenders were hit with debris.

According to the reports Cardi handed herself over at the Flushing precinct in the New York City borough of Queens before 10:00 on Monday. She was fingerprinted and ordered to take a mugshot, TMZ reports.

Cardi B, often a prolific poster on social media, hadn't addressed the charges on her Instagram or Twitter accounts as of Monday afternoon.

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Despite this, it doesn't look like she will spend any time in jail for now but she will have to show up in court at a later date. (She and rapper Offset recently welcomed a daughter.) Minaj called that "a bunch of lies".

"Miss Almanzar was very compliant during her arrest process and answered all questions", Ryan said. The rapper reportedly told her crew to attack the strip club staff with bottles, chairs, and even a hookah smoking device.

Sources told TMZ that Cardi B has "long-standing beef" with a bartender at the club, with whom she allegedly started the fight.

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Cardi B has turned herself in. Both women sought medical attention and reported the incident to police. She was just performing at the Global Citizen Festival over the weekend and preached to "millennials" about voting for the next election.

Cardi B leaves the 109th Precinct in Queens, New York, US, October 1, 2018.

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Minutes after its 10 a.m. start time, Milano tweeted a photo from the scene, writing, "I believe Dr. Wilkinson said. "I can not imagine not coming forward when this man was named".

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