Ice Cube Denies Rabbi Beating

Ice Cube Denies Rabbi Beating

Alleged victim claims Cube ordered entourage to attack inside Detroit casino, files $2 million lawsuit.

Published May 28, 2015

Allegations that Ice Cube made his entourage attack a rabbi at the MGM Grand in Detroit are a complete “lie,” according to the 45-year-old's rep. Nonetheless, he's still being sued.

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The rabbi, P. Taras, claims he was in the casino last Sunday (May 24), when Cube mistakenly bumped into him, and he told the rapper/actor to watch out. Cube then ordered his crew to beat him down, Taras accuses. 

Cube’s rep said the accusations are completely false. “He doesn't even know who this guy is."

Taras says he was attacked for wearing a yarmulke. He’s suing Cube for $2 million.   

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Written by Latifah Muhammad

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