2023-05-03T16:53:06+00:00May 3rd, 2023|

Trey Songz has avoided most of the charges related to his 2022 bowling alley assault case in NYC as prosecutors have agreed to drop the 10 original charges as part of the singer’s plea deal.

According to TMZ, Trigga Trey and his legal team entered a plea deal on Tuesday (May 2) where he plead guilty to a single disorderly conduct violation while the array of assault and harassment charges were dropped.

“We appreciate the New York law enforcement and the District Attorney’s office for their comprehensive investigation and careful consideration of all evidence, which ultimately confirmed what we had known all along and resulted in the District Attorney’s office choosing not to pursue any of the original charges against our client,” Trey’s lawyer Mitchell Schuster told TMZ.

“With each and every one of the 10 original charges now dismissed by operation of law, Trey looks forward to putting this matter behind him.”

The R&B singer will now have to complete 12 anger management classes by August as part of his plea agreement. TMZ’s sources relayed that Trey Songz (real name Tremaine Neverson) has already gotten a head start in that department.

Trey was accused of punching two people in the face at a New York bowling alley in October. One of the victims was hospitalized as a result of the attack.

The incident reportedly occurred inside one of the bathrooms at the establishment, where Trey Songz allegedly punched the female victim repeatedly and dragged her by the hair. She was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for visible minor injuries.

Sources indicated the woman recognized Trey Songz and identified him by name when she spoke to authorities at the time.

It was later reported that there was a second victim, a male, who claimed Trey punched him in the eye. The man refused medical treatment. Trey eventually turned himself in to NYC police in December.

Trey Songz has faced several physical and sexual assault cases in recent years. However, most of the allegations were dismissed either by the victims themselves or by the judges presiding over the various cases.

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