Miami Bartender Accuses Kodak Black Of Assulting Her As She Worked At Strip Club
Like retweets from his Twitter account, Kodak Black’s legal problems keep piling up. Now, as the Broward rapper sits in jail, with his Atlantic Records debut “Painting Pictures” having been released just last week, allegations have surfaced that the rapper assaulted a woman at a Miami-Dade strip club earlier this year.
The accusations are documented in a police incident report taken the day of the alleged incident, Feb. 2, and hadn’t resulted in any formal charges. The report listed the case as open/pending and showed that a detective had been assigned to it.
Still, the Florida Department of Corrections has added the battery allegations to the list of ways it is accusing Octave, 19, of violating the terms of his house arrest. As a result, Octave appeared briefly in a Broward courtroom on Tuesday morning.
“Because there are pending motions with regard to this case, we are unable to comment at this time,” said Octave’s lawyers Gary Kollin and Allan Stephen Zamren in a joint statement on Wednesday.
According to the report, the accuser is Jennifer Cunningham, 34, of Hallandale Beach, who works at Club Climaxx at 12001 Northwest 27th Ave. in northwest Miami-Dade.
Her lawyers, Matthew Kotzen and James DeMiles, say Cunningham is a bartender at the club.
Cunningham told police that while she was working at about 3 a.m. on Feb. 2, Octave “approached her and started acting belligerent,” the police report states.
The woman told Octave to back off and Octave “hit her in the forehead with his right arm,” state the allegations in the report.
When she pushed him away, “he began to punch her numerous times all over her body and then kicked her, stopping shortly after.”
She kept working, and when she returned to work around 8 p.m. that night, she called police, who took the report.
The presumed offense listed in the report is misdemeanor battery.