Singer Trey Songz is calling foul after a New York woman accused him of attacking her inside a bowling alley in October.
NYPD told TMZ that the reported victim, an employee at the bowling alley, filed a police report late last month, claiming the “The Usual” singer punched her numerous times in the face and allegedly dragged her by the hair. The report also stated that she was transported to a local hospital, and police officers claimed she had minor injuries.
She didn’t say how the alleged assault commenced. The alleged victim did identify Songz as the assailant after she reported said incident.
Although Songz wasn’t arrested, police are actively investigating what happened.
Mitchell Schuster, the singer’s attorney, told TMZ, “A source close to the investigation informs us that TS has been cooperative with authorities and expects that when all the evidence is reviewed, he will be exonerated. This is another instance where those involved try to blame the celebrity with hopes of getting fame or riches.”
In September, 50 Cent banned Songz’s music from Tycoon Weekend in Houston, calling him “crazy.”
In a now-deleted Instagram post, the rapper wrote, “Last TYCOON he crashed a Wraith. This TYCOON, he was acting crazy, wanting to fight and s**t over the girls. He broke some s**t up in his room. Nah, tell @treysongz he can’t come. SMH.”
Podcast host Rory Farrell called the “Heart Attack” artist “the scum of the f*cking earth” in April. He even compared Songz to R. Kelly.
“In 15 years or however the f**k long it’s gonna be, that Trey Songz [documentary] is gonna be crazier than the R.Kelly one. Trey Songz is the most nasty, abusive, rapey, beats the s**t out of women—like he is the scum of the f**king Earth. He’s an awful human being. Like a terrible, terrible f**king human being. And somebody is gonna knock him the f**k out.”
Songz hasn’t commented on the current allegations.