Kodak Black Accused of Assaulting an Employee at a Miami Strip Club

Another day, another legal issue for Kodak Black. A woman by the name of Jennifer Cunningham, 34 - a bartender at the Miami strip club, Club Climaxx - reportedly filed a police report on February 2 [the day of the alleged attack], where she claimed that Kodak got physical with her after he "approached her and started acting belligerent", around 3 AM.

A woman who works at the club at 12001 NW 27th Ave. told officers that Octave approached her and started "acting belligerent", so she told him to "back off". Black has not been officially charged in the case, but if he is, it will presumably be misdemeanor battery.

Cunningham is represented by attorneys Matthew Kotzen and James DeMiles, who said that their client may pursue a civil lawsuit against the rapper because she suffered injuries.

The alleged police report remains "open/pending", according to the site.

Kodak also had to appear in court on Tuesday (Apr. 4) regarding the matter as the Florida Department of Corrections has added the incident to a list of ways the rapper violated the terms of his house arrest.

In his most recent snafu, Octave was initially accused by his probation officer at the Florida Department of Corrections of four violations of his house arrest, including failure to complete an anger management program, going out to a strip club (the same one at which he is accused of assaulting the woman), a boxing match in OH, and going to other unspecified locations without permission. He has remained in the Broward Main Jail without bond ever since. They told The Sun Sentinel that they were unable to comment due to the pending motions regarding this case. He was on house arrest at the time, but he had chosen to violate it and spend a night out.

The attack continued and escalated into full-blown assault, when Kodak Black punched Cunningham, in addition to stomping on her while she was on the ground.

Kodak Black's probation hearing is set for April 19. While in jail, Kodak released his first official studio album, Painting Pictures.

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  • Salvatore Jensen