Rapper Tyga arrested on suspicion of domestic violence

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The rapper Tyga was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of domestic violence with a former girlfriend, then produced following publishing $50,000 bail.

Tyga, 31, turned himself in at the Los Angeles Law enforcement Department’s Hollywood Station on Tuesday morning. He was booked beneath the title Michael Stevenson on suspicion of felony domestic violence, the LAPD documented.

What You Will need To Know

  • Police arrested rapper Tyga on suspicion of domestic violence, authorities claimed
  • Tyga, 31, turned himself in at the LAPD’s Hollywood Station on Tuesday early morning, then was released right after posting $50,000 bail
  • The alleged criminal offense happened on Monday at an undisclosed spot within the jurisdiction of the Hollywood Station
  • In accordance to TMZ.com, Tyga allegedly “got bodily with his ex-girlfriend — who’s posted images of her alleged injuries …”

The alleged crime transpired on Monday at an undisclosed place inside of the jurisdiction of the Hollywood Station, the LAPD described. Other particulars had been not unveiled by police.

In accordance to TMZ.com, Tyga allegedly “received physical with his ex-girlfriend — who’s posted illustrations or photos of her alleged injuries …”

TMZ said Tyga’s previous girlfriend Camaryn Swanson “accused him of roughing her up for the duration of an early Monday early morning dispute at his property.

The amusement internet site claimed that sources close to Tyga say Camaryn confirmed up at his property about 3 a.m. performing belligerent at the door. “We’re explained to Tyga allow her within and the yelling continued. … As for what transpired upcoming? Camaryn statements he strike her and states she has bruises to prove it, although also stating she’s geared up to stand up for herself.”

Officers tried using to chat to Tyga at his household on Monday, but he refused, TMZ claimed.

He was released from jail at about 12:55 p.m. Tuesday on $50,000 bail. He is scheduled to surface in court on Feb. 8.