Cardi B could go to prison for not serving her sentence, she is called to appear before a judge
This Tuesday, January 17 Cardi B. was called to appear before a judge in a court of NYthis because he did not complete the 15 days of community service that are part of his sentence after he pleaded guilty on two misdemeanor charges stemming from a fight with two waitresses at a strip club more than four years ago.
As happened the first time, the interpreter of “WAP” went to court with a elegant white dress tight to the body, a large fur coat in the same color, matching Louboutin sneakers and sunglasses Christian Dior. Although the style did not save her from facing her sentence and the judge gave her a extension to complete it until March 1 of this year.
“Personally and professionally, Cardi is dedicated to the community and to charity. Therefore, she is grateful that the court has given her until the March 1st to complete your commitment to community service in Queens, New York,” his attorney, Drew Findling, said in a statement picked up by Reuters.
What happened to Cardi B?
It all happened in August 2018, when he went to a strip club in which he started a fight with one of the waitresses whom he accused of having a romance with her husband, the rapper Offset. The singer was accused of throwing water bottles and chairs at her and another waitress who would have tried to intervene, since it was her sister.
According to NBC channel 4, together with her last September, Tawana Jackson-Morel and Jeffrey Bush appeared in court, who were also accused of assault the waitresseshowever, the latter was sentenced to six months in prison. While the rapper was accused of third degree assault and impudent danger in the second degree.
Cardi B was sentenced to 15 days of community service and received a Restraining order three years, although it was indicated that if he did not comply, he would have to spend this time in prison. This time, the Queens District Attorney’s official explained to Reuters that the singer’s hearing was for a “compliance update” for not fulfilling their community service.
“No one is above the law (…) By pleading guilty today, Ms. Belcalis Almanzar and two co-defendants have accepted responsibility for their actions. This office is satisfied with the resolutionwhich includes the corresponding community service”Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz said in a statement after Cardi B’s sentencing.
On the other hand, the rapper shared a message on her Twitter account in which she talks about the lesson that the legal conflict she faced would have left her: “Part of growing up and maturing isbe responsible for your actions. As a mother it is a practice that I am trying to instill in my children. I have made some bad decisions in my past that I’m not afraid to face and admit. Those moments don’t define me and they don’t reflect who i am now”.
Who was Takeoff, the 28-year-old rapper shot to death in Houston?
Cardi B challenges the censorship of Instagram with a super low-cut dress on the back, teaches more