Cardi B takes a plea bargain to avoid jail time in strip club brawl

BREAKING NEWS: Cardi B sentenced to 15 days community service over bottle attack on sisters strip club worker after one is accused of sleeping with her husband Offset

  • Cardi B got a surprising plea deal on Thursday, a day before her trial in Queens Court begins
  • She pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor punishable by up to 15 days of community service
  • She avoids prison and criminal conviction she faced in strip club brawl 2018
  • Cardi B was accused of ordering the attacks on two sisters, Buddy J and Jade, who were bartenders at a strip club.
  • The rapper allegedly believes Jade was having an affair with her husband Offset

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Cardi B has accepted a plea deal that will allow her to avoid any prison time for her role in a New York strip club brawl.

The rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Marlinis Almanzar, appeared in court on Thursday and agreed to plead guilty to misdemeanor charges of third-degree assault and reckless endangerment.

The deal comes with a sentence of 15 days in community service, instead of the jail time she faced under the original felony charges, which stemmed from a vicious attack on two waitresses at a strip club in 2018.

The surprise plea deal came just a day before jury selection begins in Cardi B’s trial, and will allow the Grammy Award-winning star to avoid potentially embarrassing court testimony.

Cardi B arrived at Queens High Court to plead in a matching white dress and white heels. “I feel good,” she told reporters as she left the courtroom.

Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, aka Cardi B, arrives at Queens High Court on Thursday to accept his plea bargain

Cardi B arrives at Queens High Court to accept his surprise plea deal wearing a matching white dress and white heels

Cardi B arrives at Queens High Court to accept his surprise plea deal wearing a matching white dress and white heels

The rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Marlinis Almanzar, appeared in court on Thursday and agreed to plead guilty to third-degree misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment charges.

The rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Marlinis Almanzar, appeared in court on Thursday and agreed to plead guilty to third-degree misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment charges.

The deal comes with a sentence of 15 days in community service, instead of the jail time she faced under the original felony charges, which stemmed from a vicious attack on two legs at a strip club in 2018.

The deal comes with a sentence of 15 days in community service, instead of the jail time she faced under the original felony charges, which stemmed from a vicious attack on two legs at a strip club in 2018.

The plea deal also states that Cardi B provides the court with a DNA sample, and forbids her from contacting the victims in the case for three years.

“Part of maturity and maturity is being accountable for your actions,” she said in a statement after the session.

“As a mother, I try to instill this practice in my children, but the example starts with me,” she added.

I’ve made some bad decisions in the past that I’m not afraid to face and enjoy. Cardi B said:

“I’m looking forward to getting past this situation with my family and friends and getting back to the things I love the most – the music and my fans.”

Ulysses says Cardi B and her entourage argued with bartenders at Angels Strip Club in 2018, and that she ordered an attack

Ulysses says Cardi B and her entourage argued with bartenders at Angels Strip Club in 2018, and that she ordered an attack

Ulysses says Cardi B and her entourage argued with bartenders at Angels Strip Club in 2018, and that she ordered an attack

Cardi B raises her right hand as she takes the oath as she pleads guilty today and has been sentenced to 15 days community service.

Cardi B raises her right hand as she takes the oath as she pleads guilty today and has been sentenced to 15 days community service.

In a statement after the session, she said:

“Part of maturity and maturity is being accountable for your actions,” she said in a statement after the session.

Police say Cardi B and her entourage had an argument with a bartender at the Angels Strip Club in 2018.

she He allegedly asked eight people, including Tawana Jackson Morell and Jeffrey Bush, to assault sisters Buddy J and Jed.

The sisters worked as waiters at a strip club, and Cardi B allegedly believed Jade was having an affair with her husband, Offset.

Police say a scuffle broke out in which chairs, bottles and hookah pipes were thrown, causing minor injuries to one of the two women and another employee.

The artist had previously denied harming anyone.

Cardi B was originally charged with only misdemeanour. But the charges escalated after prosecutors took the case to a grand jury when she rejected a plea deal that would have given her a conditional discharge.

Story development, more to follow.

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