Rapper bonds out after alleged fight at club
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (WSVN) -- Rap star Juvenile has bonded out of jail after police arrested him following a fight at LIV nightclub in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Witnesses that saw the whole fight play out described it as pure chaos. They said that people were fighting in the streets and police said a big name in music was involved.
Juvenile, bonded out of jail late Monday morning. His real name is Terius Gray. According to Miami Beach Police, the incident occured at around 4 a.m. They said the fight started at Club LIV inside the Fontainebleau Hotel and then spilled out on to the streets of Miami Beach.
Police said numerous officers responded. Police ordered the participants to stop fighting, but in this case, they said, Juvenile would just not stop. They arrested him on disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.
"Shortly after 4 a.m. we got a call about a large fight in the VIP section at LIV inside the Fontainebleau," said Miami Beach Police Sgt. Bobby Hernandez. "The fight escalated and flowed outside of the club where there was an off duty officer working. He called for emergency assistance. We brought in officers from Area 2 and 3, which is the north part of the beach, to assist. The fight continued even though officers were arriving."
Witnesses said people were fighting all over the streets of Miami Beach. "There was a girl walking down the stairs and security ran and pushed her out of the way," said Monica Dennis. "It was rough, it was actually pretty manic. There were literally fights breaking out in this corner, fights breaking out in that corner. It was actually everywhere."
Miami Beach Police said they were concerned for public safety and the innocent bystanders that could have been hurt. Luckily, in this case there were no injuries.
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