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Cardi B gets summons in connection with strip club fight, but she didn’t hurt anyone, lawyer says

Singer and songwriter Cardi B is assisted by security guards as she left a police precinct Monday in the Queens borough of New York.
Mark Lennihan/Associated Press
Singer and songwriter Cardi B is assisted by security guards as she left a police precinct Monday in the Queens borough of New York.

NEW YORK — A lawyer for Cardi B says the rapper has received a summons in connection with a fight at a New York strip club.

Attorney Jeff Kern said outside a Queens police station on Monday that he’s ‘‘aware of no evidence’’ that Cardi B ‘‘caused anybody any harm.’’

Cardi B smiled as she left the police station but did not comment.

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Police say she and her entourage were present at around 3 a.m. Saturday when a dispute occurred at the club.

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They say chairs and bottles were thrown and two bartenders were hit with debris.

Investigators say the fracas may have involved a romantic dispute.