A grand jury has indicted Cardi B on 14 charges after she was accused of ordering an attack on two women, Jade and Baddie G, at a strip club in Queens, New York.
The alleged assault took place on August 29, 2018, after Cardi allegedly accused Jade of sleeping with her husband Offset, which Jade denied. Jade also said she received a warning about getting jumped by Cardi’s people before it actually happened.
Plus she claimed the Bronx rapper threatened her twice before the alleged attack, once on social media and another time when they came face to face in Atlanta.
After being arrested in October, Cardi was hit with misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment charges, but earlier this month prosecution handed the case to a grand jury when they received new information on the alleged attack. But it’s unknown what those new findings are.
As reported earlier this month, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper rejected a plea deal that would have kept her out of jail if she accepted a conditional discharge. But Cardi would’ve been in big trouble if she had any other legal run-ins during that conditional discharge period.
According to reports, the women said five of the rapper’s associates yanked their hair, punched them, hit them with ashtrays, bottles and chairs during the alleged attack, which caused injury.
Some of the charges Cardi is facing in the 14-count indictment include two counts of felony attempted assault with intent to cause serious physical injury, misdemeanor assault, reckless endangerment, conspiracy, harassment and criminal solicitation.
Jade and Baddie G have secured lawyer Joe Tacopina, who’s also Meek Mill‘s attorney, after the alleged attack. Cardi hasn’t mentioned anything about the new indictment yet, nor has Offset.