Watch: Kourtney Kardashian’s ex Younes Bendjima allegedly beats up nightclub worker as Drake and Odell Beckham Jr watch
Newly released CCTV footage shows Kourtney's ex Younes Bendjima brutally attacking a worker at the Delilah nightclub in West Hollywood
A video has surfaced showing Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima allegeldy attacking a man as they left a nightclub in West Hollywood.
In the footage obtained by TMZ, the 25-year-old can be seen being led to a back door along with a group of other men, including Drake and Odell Beckham Jr. On reaching the door, a nightclub worker can be seen saying something and, all of a sudden, a man the website claims is Bendjima, begins throwing vicious punches at the worker.
The man is seen being pulled to the ground by his hair while other men join in with the blows. The men identified as Drake and Odell Beckham Jr can be seen watching from a distance before the man said to be Drake sneaks off after briefly looking back to see what’s happening.
The incident is said to have taken place on March 24 at 2.15am at the Delilah nightclub. A source later told TMZ that the man "talked smack" to the group as he opened the door. Law enforcement sources told the publication that the man filed a police report, but later decided not to pursue the matter further.
While the violent attack happened back in March, the video surfaced on Thursday just weeks after the model split with Kourtney Kardashian. Kourtney has reportedly "cut all contact" with him after almost two years together allegedly after discovering he was cheating on her with Jordan Ozuna, a former Hooters waitress.
The Kardashian sisters unleashed their wrath on his social media for his behaviour after he was spotted frolicking on the beach with another woman. Kim Kardashian commented on his Instagram post; "Nice pics from your 'boys trip'” followed by a Pinocchio emoji, insinuating that Bendjima was lying.
However, Bendjima denied anything was going on between him and Ozuna.
"They really want me to be the bad guy," Bendjima wrote on an Instagram story at the time, including a screenshot of a Daily Mail article about his "rebound" girl. "F--- your Hollywood bulls--- (can't have fun with your friends no more)."