Singer Trey Songz sued for punching Hollywood bartender

Tremaine Aldon Neverson, known professionally as Trey Songz who is an American singer-songwriter is facing new allegations of punching a bartender just after a week it was disclosed that the ‘bottoms up’ singer won’t face criminal charges for his physical altercation with police at an NFL playoff game in Kansas City earlier this year.

According to TMZ, the R&B star is being sued for battery by a bartender at the Hollywood Palladium, who says he was working at the bar during Cardi B’s Fashion Nova launch party on May 9, 2019 when Trey jumped on the bar to sit and watch the show.

In the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, the bartender claims Trey ignored his warning not to sit on the bar, so he put his hand on Trey’s back to get his attention.

That’s when the singer allegedly turned around and punched the bartender in the head with a closed fist. He then looked at the other bartenders blankly and continued watching the show.

The bartender claims he suffered physical pain and emotional and psychological injury as a result of the alleged attack, and is suing for damages.

The prosecutor handling Trey Songz alleged altercation with police decided not to file charges against him due to insufficient evidence.

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