Dancer sues 6ix9ine for allegedly throwing bottle at her


6ix9ine faces another trial.

Saturday (February 27), TMZ reported Alexis Salaberrios, a dancer with Gold Rush Cabaret in Miami, is suing the Brooklyn rapper over a bottle-tossing incident that resulted in a serious head injury. According to the lawsuit, filed Friday (February 26), Salaberrios’ legal team claim Tekashi was at the club on February 20. He reportedly got angry after someone called him a rat and threw a bottle of champagne at his detractors. Instead of hitting its mark, the suit alleges that the bottle hit Salaberrios in his head and states that Tekashi shot “the deadly object with intent to cause serious bodily harm.”

The victim reportedly went to the emergency room with his head injury requiring several staples. She sues Tekashi for aggravated drums. According to Tekashi’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, his client is innocent of any wrongdoing. “Nothing happened with him”, says Lazzaro XXL. “There are video cameras in the facility. This is an attempt to shake it up. If it is well served, we will immediately make the referral.”

The alleged victim also partially places the blame on the club. According to documents, she is also suing the club for gross negligence, claiming they should have had more security on hand for an artist like 6ix9ine who is known to find himself in hostile situations.

XXL contacted the Gold Rush Cabaret for comment.

6ix9ine has been the subject of multiple prosecutions since his release from prison last April. Last December, the victims of a robbery in 2018 sued the rapper claiming he was part of a criminal conspiracy to steal them. Two months earlier, he had been chased by the woman who claims to be at the center of his 2015 Sexual Misconduct Case.

6ix9ine has just released their new single, “ZaZa”.

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