“Love & Hip Hop: New York” star Brittney Taylor has been arrested following an alleged domestic violence dispute.
The reality TV star allegedly whacked her children’s father with a baseball bat after a heated altercation, TMZ reports.
Taylor, who shares her 2-year-old and 8-month-old with Afeez, allegedly turned herself in last week after a warrant was issued for her arrest, the outlet adds.
A source told the outlet that things got tense after Afeez flew to NY to see his children amid an ongoing feud between him and Taylor.
As he and his mother were leaving the apartment with the children, Taylor allegedly attacked him in front of the kids, according to the criminal complaint, obtained by TMZ.
The outlet adds that police said Taylor followed him out with a baseball bat, which she later used to hit him with.
The ordeal left him bruised, bleeding, and needing stitches, according to documents filed by the father of two.
Taylor has now been charged with two counts of assault, one count of endangering the welfare of a child, and one count of criminal possession of a weapon.
Back in 2019, the reality TV star claimed she was attacked by castmate Remy Ma, whose real name is Reminisce Smith.
Smith turned herself in on May 1 and was charged with third-degree assault and four counts of misdemeanor assault and harassment, however, the charged were later dropped.
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Later in 2019, Taylor was arrested for attacking a witness of the fight in NYC after she allegedly clawed a woman’s neck and chucked a cellphone at her head during a fight.
She ultimately got a dismissal deal, which means she did not have to plead to anything.
“Love & Hip Hop” follows a group of hip-hop acts from the country as they juggle their careers and private lives all while navigating the cutthroat music scene.
After the flagship series “Love & Hip Hop: New York,” hit screens back in 2011, the show went on to launch several spinoffs set in Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami, before ultimately heading overseas.
Most recently, MTV Africa launched “Love & Hip Hop: South Africa,” which premiered last month.