Cardi B indicted on felony charges in connection to strip club attack

Cardi B indicted on felony charges in connection to strip club attack

Cardi B has been indicted by a grand jury following an alleged attack at Angels Strip Club in Queens, New York which took place in August 2018, according to TMZ and ABC News.

The attack reportedly involved two of the strip club's bartenders, who are claiming that Cardi B had her associates attack them with bottles and chairs, TMZ reports.

In a statement to The Associated Press, however, Cardi’s attorney Jeff Kern said that he is "aware of no evidence" that Cardi "caused anybody any harm."

Cardi B reportedly suspected one of the women of having an affair with her husband, Offset, whose band, Migos, performed at the strip club on the same night of the incident.

The pair made an appearance at the Grammys together in February, where Cardi B won the award for Best Rap Album.

Cardi B announced her separation from Offset in an Instagram post last December, just a few months after the couple welcomed a daughter:

Reportedly included in the indictment are two felony counts of intent to cause serious physical injury

Furthermore, the 26-year-old rapper has been indicted on six misdemeanours and six violations, according to New York State court records.

This includes previous felony charges of misdemeanour assault and reckless endangerment.

The indictment comes after the Bodak Yellow hitmaker rejected a plea deal to a Class A misdemeanour in April of this year.

According to court records, Cardi B is due in court on Tuesday, June 25 for arraignment.