Cardi B shows up for court as judge issues orders of protection

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 8, 2018

Cardi B must not contact, in person or through social media, the victims of a melee she was involved in at a NY strip club, a judge ordered Friday.

Yesterday, Cardi B had to face the judge in nYC for her misdemeanor assault charges stemming from the fight she had with two bartenders at Angels Strip Club in Queens this summer. Her lawyer maintained that she didn't harm anyone.

Cardi's accused of unleashing her posse back in August on two strip club bartenders - Baddie Gi and Jade - who she suspected slept with her husband, Offset.

Her five-minute court appearance on Friday coincided with the announcement of the Grammy nominations, and she emerged to discover she had been nominated for five awards.

The rainbow-haired "I Like It" artist - donning a brown broad-rimmed hat, a black fur-trimmed coat, black trousers, and black Christian Louboutin heeled boots - arrived at Queens Criminal Court at 8:56 a.m., minutes before a 9 o'clock deadline.

Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, was released on her recognizance and ordered back in court on January 31, CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports. The judge declined to set bail.

Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, said recently on Instagram that things weren't working out between her and fellow rapper Offset, though they're still good friends and business partners.

Cardi B failed to appear at her arraignment in the matter earlier in the week, and the judge had warned her that he would issue a bench warrant for her arrest if she didn't appear this time.

Cardi B, her feet bare beneath a voluminous red Dolce & Gabbana gown, was seen leaving the party with what appeared to be a bump on her head.

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