Lady Leshurr gets arrested for brawling with two women after neighbors hear 'screaming match'
WALTHAMSTOW, EAST LONDON: British rapper and songwriter Lady Leshurr was arrested early on Saturday, October 22, after her neighbors heard "a screaming match" between her and two other women. The rapper reportedly got into a fight with two women, both 27, and police were called to the scene after one of them asked a neighbor to call the cops. According to eyewitnesses, the fight could have gotten worse had the police not arrived at the right time.
The police, according to The Sun, arrived and found a 27-year-old woman with minor injuries, but she did not need any hospital treatment. The commotion between the three women disturbed the neighbors and caused them to come and check the source of the noise.
Leshurr, 34, was arrested for causing commotion and charged with two counts of causing actual bodily harm. In a video obtained by The Sun, Leshurr was seen being handcuffed and taken away by police. She was wearing a white sports bra and a baseball cap.
One of the witnesses said, "Lady Leshurr’s friend tried to pull her away to go back into the house after an argument. One of the girls she’d been arguing with was in a car, and Lady Leshurr jumped into the car and tried to get her out."
The woman who was sitting in the car asked the neighbor to call the cops as they found out that there was another woman sitting in the car. Another eyewitness stated, "I saw her and I thought is this really the person you hear on the radio? The noise of the scuffle woke me up - you could hear the commotion kicking off. It was very loud. I’m happy the police came when they did because it could’ve been worse."
Speaking to the outlet, a spokesperson from the Metropolitan Police said, "Police were called at 05:08hrs on Saturday, 22 October to Knotts Green Mews, E10 following reports of a fight at the location. Two women – both aged 27 – were taken to the hospital. They have since been discharged. A 34-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm."