The rapper reportedly clashed with another group in a nightclub
Rapper G-Eazy was charged with assault on Monday after a nightclub brawl in which a scene required stitches to his head.
Page 6 Featured Reported That “No Limit” rapper’s crew clashed with another group of fun-goers at the Standard Hotel on Friday morning, as Fashion Week parties raged at the hotels’ swanky Club, Le Bane and Boom Boom rooms.
Sources tell us that around 12:40 a.m. “someone harassed someone” and that in the ensuing scuffle someone in G-Eazy’s crew killed socialite Danielle Chetrit—the son of real estate developer Joseph Chetritt and whose Famous friends include Kendall Jenner And Bella Hadid – over the head with a bottle.
Police tell Page Six that G-Eazy was charged with assault “after a 29-year-old male and a 32-year-old male were reported to have been killed by defendants.” It is unclear whether anyone else was charged after the incident or if Chetrit was one of the people G-Eazy allegedly attacked.
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The rapper was arrested at 5:30 p.m. Monday, when celebs across the city were getting ready for the Met Gala, and received a desk appearance ticket. He will go before the judge at a later date.
Police tell Page Six that none of the people he allegedly punched were hospitalized.
Multiple sources tell us that Chetritt, whose family owned the iconic Chelsea Hotel for some time and recently sold the Miami Beach hotel for $42 million, had to get stitches on his head.
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A representative for G-Eazy did not respond to a request for comment. We reached out to Chetrit’s family for comment but did not get revert.
This is not G-Eazy’s first arrest. In May 2018 he was raised in stockholm for assault after being punched to a security guard, and reportedly found with about 1.5 ounces of cocaine.
The Standard, which caused huge losses to many A-listers and celebs, was also the scene of Jay-Z and Solange Knowles. The infamous elevator incident of 2014.