‘Joseline Cabaret: Las Vegas’ cast allege Joseline Hernandez beat them with combat boots in $25M lawsuit

Ali, Re Re O’Dell, Henny and Lexi Blow have filed a major lawsuit for up to $25M for the 'criminal attack'


                            ‘Joseline Cabaret: Las Vegas’ cast allege Joseline Hernandez beat them with combat boots in $25M lawsuit
Joseline Hernandez is alleged to have assaulted four dancers at reunion (joseline/Instagram)
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Joseline Hernandez is in the middle of some legal trouble. Reportedly, four dancers are suing the star of 'Joseline's Cabaret' and her fiance Ballistic Beats for $25 million. They allege that she assaulted them over a rookie mistake, behind the scenes. Moreover, the dancers accused Hernandez of ambushing them and that she beat them up.

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Reportedly, this went down because the four dancers waltzed in wearing high heels for taping the reunion show. However, Hernandez wearing combat boots launched an attack on them. One of the four claimed that the 'Love & Hip Hop' star kicked her in the ribs.

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Another said that Hernandez dragged her by grabbing her hair and then kicked her in the back. Moreover, the third dancer claimed that the 'Joseline's Cabaret' star grabbed her by her neck and shoved her to the ground. The lawsuit mentions the fourth woman got off relatively easily. She said that Hernandez only shoved her but threatened to do a lot more harm. They said the reality tv star even bragged boldly about this on her Twitter page.

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The now-deleted tweet read, "I mortal kombat one hoe pimped slapped another 1 pushed one into last nights episode kiked down a few on the ground. I slapped fire out of everyone on that stage. Me n my crew. Wait for it #joselinecabaretlasvegas.' The four victims also claimed that during the assault, Hernandez was constantly yelling 'Gucci Gang'. They seem to believe that this phrase may have been a signal for a planned attack. The beatdown victims also spoke of another tweet where Joseline used the phrase 'Gucci Gang' in the caption and shared an image of the shoes that she had on during the time of the attack.

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Amber Ali, one of the victims, accused Hernandez and her boyfriend Beats, of physically assaulting her. She went live on Instagram with fellow member, Kay Kapri, while she was in the hospital for her bruised ribs. “I’m in the hospital because Joseline kicked me and Ballistic attacked me,” she said. “I only came to the hospital because my ribs are very bruised because Joseline had some big a** boots on and she kicked me.”

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While on the Live, Kapri also revealed that Hernandez might have been under the influence while attacking them. “If any of us would have told the police that she was high off coke, they would’ve drug tested her there and she would’ve went to jail.” She claimed the couple only fled the scene because they had prior felonies. 

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After Kapri and Ali's live, Hernandez tweeted directed at Ali. “Keep crying from your hospital bed with your broken ribs one kik you flew into next day Rotten mouth a** h*e.” She also accused Ali of being dumb since they are unable to sue her. “And for you dumb bitches when you sign up for a reality show you CANNOT filed a lawsuit against anyone on the show. You dummies."

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Television personality Joseline Hernandez attends Joseline's Cabaret Las Vegas premiere screening at AMC Town Square 18 on January 16, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Bryan Steffy/Getty Images)

 

The dancers, who are being represented by Joseph Adeife and Kathy Rabii of Adeife & Rabii, are suing for assault and battery. Moreover, Hernandez then kicked other dancers of her reality TV show who were witnessing the horrifying incident. Ali said, "I am so embarrassed, mortified, and depressed. I can't stop replaying the events in my head over and over. Ballistic should be arrested! He and Joseline attacked me in front of cameras, crew, production and guests! This is wrong. I want justice. Please reach out to my attorneys with any questions. @kathyrabii_esq @joeblak_esq @ar_apc."

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Meanwhile, Hernandez and Beats then released a joint statement about the allegations against them, which had a totally different tone than Hernandez’s tweets. "We are deeply saddened by the accusations made against our family at the Joseline’s Cabaret Reunion. Joseline is the mother of a five-year-old girl and would never take any action to jeopardize her family. Joseline’s Cabaret was created on the foundation of female empowerment. One of our program’s core values is supporting women, not breaking them down. While we support Zeus Network in its message in condemning bullying, unprovoked violence, and men attacking women, we strongly disagree with a correlation between these themes and the events that took place last night. There is footage of the events and we are confident that our position is made obvious."
 

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