A woman who owns a children's hair salon in Los Angeles claims music mogul Damon Dash came into her shop and threatened her life in front of customers.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Patrice Miner was granted a temporary restraining order against Dash, barring him from coming within 30 yards of her or her store.
Miner claims that Dash — who she describes as an "investor and customer" — recently came into the store, "walked up to me and threaten my life." She claims Dash grabbed a customer and threw him out of the shop before telling her she was "so lucky" there were people there.
In another incident, she claims Dash "yelled and screamed and called me an idiot in front of guests and customers."
It's unclear if Dash really is an investor in the business, but the company posted a photo on their Instagram page in August of Dash alongside "Luke Cage" star Mike Colter.
In her filing, Miner checked the box saying she did not give notice to Dash before filing the TRO because she "was afraid that the violence would reoccur when I gave notice I was asking for these orders."
Miner was granted the TRO and there will be a hearing later this month to make it permanent.
The Blast reached out to a rep for Damon Dash for comment — so far, no word back.