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Cardi B pleads guilty to strip club brawl

Cardi B He confessed to paying a friend 5000 dollars assaulted a woman who was working in a Queens strip club mein 2018, when she pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors on Thursday.

The Bronx-bred rapper, who wore a cream-colored bodycon dress, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment as part of a plea agreement that saved her from prison.

When asked by members of the media how she was feeling after leaving the courtroom, Cardi replied, “I feel good.”

CArdi B out of court after being found guilty of assault at a strip clubTwitter

The 29-year-old hip-hop star has been granted a three-year protection order and ordered to perform 15 days of community service after fighting a bartender’s two sisters during which She threw a hookah at someone And instructed a friend attack the other allegedly sleeping with her husband.

The artist responded “yes” when asked Queens Supreme Court Justice Michelle Johnson if she understood the terms of the plea deal.

The accident at the strip club

Cardi, his real name Belcalis Marlinis the forebodingShe also admitted to attacking the bartender in August 2018 by hitting her, pulling her hair, and smashing her head at the bar.

her role in the abuse of sisters, Jade and Buddy J., In the Flushing Angels Club It led to 12 charges being brought against her, including two felonies of attempted assault.

The rapper waved briefly as she entered the courtroom on Thursday morning, wearing thick-coloured sunglasses and telling reporters that she was doing “well.”

She sat on a bench inside the courtroom and flicked her foot nervously before the session, but she also engaged in conversation, laughed, and turned around to greet the reporters.

She rejected the 2020 plea agreement, and her attorney, Drew FindlingShe claimed she did so in an attempt to get on with her life.

“There are a lot of things that she had planned for her family, for her career and for society and I felt, quite frankly, that the three-week jury trial would be a distraction from the things that I felt were the most important and therefore, we had contacts with the prosecution,” Wendling said after the petition. .

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