Trey Songz pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

Trey Songz pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after being accused of an attack on a bowling alley in 2022.

Singer Tremaine Neverson was then ordered by a judge to take 12 anger management courses. He was originally charged with assault and aggravated harassment, but those charges were dismissed as part of his plea deal.

“We appreciate the New York law enforcement agencies and district attorney’s office for their thorough investigation and careful review of all the evidence that ultimately confirmed what we had known all along and resulted in the district attorney’s office deciding not to place any of the original charges against her are pursuing our client,” his attorney, Mitchell Schuster, told TMZ.

The alleged victim says the singer repeatedly punched her in the face while she was in a bowling alley bathroom. The woman, who is said to be a bowling alley employee, claims he then pulled her hair. She was then taken to hospital and police say there were minor injuries but they were still visible.

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