Trey Songz Accused Of Hitting A Woman In The Face During All-Star Weekend

Trey Songz might face some serious legal issues very soon. According to TMZ, the rhythm and blues heartthrob is accused of striking a woman in the face during the NBA All-Star weekend.

Trigga was attending a party in Hollywood Hills, California, when an unidentified woman claimed the singer got upset when he saw her talking to another man at the event, which led to an argument. Following the episode, the woman reportedly left the gathering and sought medical treatment.

TMZ has also learned that the alleged victim filed a police report on Saturday, Feb. 17, claiming that the incident occurred. However, her injuries were said to be minor.

In the meantime, the L.A. City Attorney will review the case to determine if Songz will be charged.

Trey's Bad Temper

Although the accusations from the unknown woman have not been confirmed, this is not the first time the "Already Taken" singer has been charged.

In December 2016, following a performance in Detroit, Songz was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and for hitting a police officer.

The 33-year-old allegedly began to throw objects after the venue cut his concert short due to an 11:30 p.m. curfew.

In August 2017, Songz pleaded guilty and was later sentenced to 18 months of probation. He was also required to complete anger management classes and pay restitution for the incident.

Recently, Page Six reported that Trigga was sued for smacking a female fan's phone out of her hand when she tried to take a picture of him at a strip club in Philadelphia in December 2017. Further information about the complaint has not been revealed, but the fan is presumed to be seeking $50,000. 

Trey Collabs With Tank And Ty Dolla $ign

On a lighter note, Trigga fans who have been waiting on new music from the songwriter will be happy to know that Tank has recruited him and Ty Dolla $ign for his bedroom banger, "When We Remix." The new version was released on Feb. 13. Songz leads the remix as Tank sings the chorus and Ty Dolla $ign takes the baton from there.

Tank released the original version of the single when he debuted his eighth album, Savage, in September 2017. 

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