Cardi B has officially pleaded not guilty in her strip club case that reportedly left two bartenders injured.
On Tuesday, the Bronx-bred rap star stood before the court to enter her plea, following last week’s indictment on 12 counts, including two felony counts of attempted assault with intent to cause serious injury.
In the incident, which occurred back in August at Angels Strip Club in Queens, officials say Cardi and nine others from her entourage allegedly threw bottles, chairs, and drinks at the club’s bartenders. Two months later, the rapper was arrested and charged with two misdemeanors. Although Cardi was offered a plea deal in the incident in April, she refused to plead guilty, claiming she hadn’t injured anyone in the incident.
Another two months later, the rapper was indicted on additional charges. But now, she’s officially pleaded not guilty to all charges.
While, Cardi’s indictment had been sealed prior to Tuesday’s arraignment, ET reports she is also facing charges for harassment, criminal solicitation, conspiracy, and reckless endangerment, all of which are misdemeanors.