Cardi B appears in court for strip-club brawl, avoids warrant for arrestPosted: Updated:
Cardi B was in court Friday after missing her court date on Monday.
The Bronx-native is accused of throwing bottles, chairs and hookah pipes at employees at Angels Strip Club in Flushing, Queens in August.
The District Attorney's Office attempted to set a $2,500 bail, citing her neglect to show up to what was supposed to be her arraignment this past Monday. The judge ultimately denied the bail.
Instead, the judge issued orders of protection against the rapper, meaning she cannot post to social media in regard to the fight that broke out at the Queens gentleman's club.
Cardi B turned herself into the NYPD in October and faces misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment charges.
She is due back in court Jan. 31.
Earlier Friday morning, the Bronx rapper was nominated for five Grammys.