Tekashi 6ix9ine just found himself in the middle of new legal problems after a woman sued him for allegedly throwing a glass bottle inside of a nightclub that smashed into her head.
According to multiple reports, a woman named Alexis Salaberrios filed a lawsuit on Friday claiming she was injured after the rainbow rapper tossed a glass bottle inside of a Miami nightclub — that landed on her head, causing injuries.
According to the suit, the incident took place at ‘Gold Rush’ Cabaret Club on February 20, and the rapper threw a “deadly object with intent to commit serious bodily injury.”
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According to the woman’s attorney, the object in question was a champagne bottle — which she claims Tekashi tossed after someone called him a rat. The problem, the bottle missed the intended target and smashed into Alexis who was working at the time.
After being struck by a bottle, the woman was rushed to the emergency room where she required several staples to close the wound.
As we reported, videos of the alleged incident surfaced on Instagram the following morning…but it is unclear if this bottle throwing is actually Tekashi.
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According to the documents, Alexis is also slamming the nightclub for its lack of security and measures to keep patrons safe. Specifically, she is upset over the lack of security around Tekashi, considering he’s known to have a “propensity for violence.”
Following the incident, the woman claims nightclub management ushered Tekashi 69 out of the situation — and immediately began pressuring her not to call the police. In the end, she claims she contacted authorities anyways.
As you know, Tekashi is a convicted felon who is on very thin ice with federal authorities. A new arrest and conviction would almost certainly carry jail time.
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Tekashi 6ix9ine’s legal team responded to the lawsuit, saying it was NOT the rainbow rapper who threw the glass bottle!
“There are video cameras in the establishment. It’s an attempt to shake him down. If he is served properly, we will immediately move to have it dismissed,” his lawyer Lance Lazzaro said.
As we reported, there is a video of someone throwing a glass bottle inside of the nightclub — but it unclear who does the throwing. Plus, if there are cameras inside the club, this should be a simple case to prove — one way or the other.