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Cardi B In Some Major Legal Trouble, Indicted By Grand Jury For Felonies In Strip Club Beatdown

Cardi B was at the ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Music Awards in Beverly Hills with Offset last night. She was having herself a good ol’ time and even won an award for Songwriter of the Year.

But unfortunately that’s where the good news ends for her. As some of you may remember, Cardi was arrested back in October for allegedly ordering an attack on 2 strip club bartenders, Jade and Baddie G.

The 2 women claim they were injured during the brawl when Cardi’s people began throwing bottles and chairs. The incident, which went down in August, was allegedly triggered after Cardi accused Jade of sleeping with Offset.

Most people thought this story would fade away into the darkness, but that’s not the case. It was reported this week that Cardi has been indicted by a grand jury on multiple charges, including two felonies.

She’s facing a total of 14 charges. The two felonies are for attempted assault with intent to cause serious physical injury. She was initially only charged with two misdemeanors.

Cardi rejected a plea deal, which would have given her a conditional discharge in return for pleading guilty to a single misdemeanor. The problem … if she misstepped during the conditional period, she’d be in big trouble.

Prosecution sources told TMZ last month they decided to take the matter to the grand jury because of information they discovered during their investigation. They would not be specific.

Damn. She should have accepted that plea deal! Now they’re going after her. I wonder what this “information” was? Texts? Emails? I guess it’ll all come out if this case goes to trial.

We’ll keep you posted! By the way, this could have all been avoided had Cardi blamed Offset for cheating and not the random girls he was sleeping with. They always want to blame the other woman, but they never want to put blame on their man.

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