Cardi B turns herself in after the altercation at Angels strip club

Cardi B. arrested from club altercation in August

Cardi B has surrendered herself to police this past Monday in regards to an altercation at a New York club on August 15th.

Cardi allegedly began arguing with two bartenders at Angels Strip Club in Queens.  Later on, it was discovered that the two women are sisters who are popular Instagram models: Jade and Baddie Gi. Cardi had been sending threatening messages to one of the women prior. It was alleged the argument happened because one of the sisters was having an affair with her fiancé, Offset from the Migos, for quite some time. Cardi and people from her entourage began to attack the sisters by throwing drinks, bottles and other objects. After the fight, she was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment and one count of third-degree assault. It is not clear exactly how Cardi was involved in the altercation since there was no video footage or pristine story.  Cardi’s Lawyer, Jeff Kerm even stated: “We are not aware of any evidence that she caused anybody any harm at the club that night.”

Bartenders Jade and Baddie Gi

Cardi B. was pictured walking out of the police station just two hours after turning herself in. She responded to no questions.
Her charges are misdemeanors so she was released on a desk appearance ticket. This
means there is an order issued by the  NYC police department for Cardi to appear in court to explain the accusations. Her court date is set for October 29th.

Cardi B. leaving New York City Police Department 109th Precinct station

She was seen on Tuesday, October, 2nd shopping around New York city at stores like Barneys looking rather comfortable in a grey bathrobe with Louis Vuitton pink slippers and a fuzzy blanket while Offset is standing by her side in support of his wife.

Cardi B and fiance Offset

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