Cardi B Charged for Role in College Point Strip Club Fight

By David Brand

Queens Daily Eagle

Hip hop superstar Cardi B was issued a desk appearance ticket in a Flushing police precinct Monday for her alleged role in a College Point strip club brawl.

TMZ reported that Cardi B was at Angels Strip Club in College Point on Aug. 29 when a fight broke out around 3 a.m.

The rapper reportedly told companions to throw objects at two of the bartenders, including one who she allegedly believed slept with her husband Offset, a member of the Migos hip hop trio.

 Cardi B leaves a Flushing police precinct after being charged with reckless endangerment. She will appear in Queens Criminal Court on Oct. 29. AP Photo.

Cardi B leaves a Flushing police precinct after being charged with reckless endangerment. She will appear in Queens Criminal Court on Oct. 29. AP Photo.

Cardi B, whose legal name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, is charged with reckless endangerment according to the NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Public Information. She will appear in Queens Criminal Court on Oct. 29.

Outside the precinct, her attorney Jeff Kern said he was "aware of no evidence that she caused anybody any harm."

The two strip club employees who were the alleged targets of the attack have hired attorney Joe Tacopina. Tacopina has represented various prominent clients, including disgraced former NYPD and Department of Corrections Commissioner Bernard Kerik and convicted murderer Joran van der Sloot.