Juvenile Pleads Not Guilty to Miami Brawl Charges


Juvenile Pleads Not Guilty to Miami Brawl Charges

The rapper declares himself innocent of the fight allegations.

Published September 13, 2012

In August, Juvenile was arrested after a fight broke out at a Miami hotel. The rapper was detained by police and eventually charged with disorderly conduct. However, the star, whose real name is Terius Gray, has plead "not guilty" in court, according to TMZ, and is fighting to clear his name.


The brawl reportedly began outside of LIV night club and spilled over to the front of a hotel. There have been rumors that Young Money captain Lil Wayne was involved, particularly as he and Juvenile just reunited on stage that night after a long-standing rift, however, Juve insists that his fellow rapper was not in the mix, and is working to set the record straight. Club security told police that the individuals fighting were "creating a threat to life and property as well as the overall safety of the patrons inside."


Only time will tell if the former Cash Money signee will have to take responsibility for what occurred that night. The 37-year-old artist just released his latest album, Rejuvenation, in June and has been traveling the country promoting his latest work.


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(Photo: Miami-Dade Police Department via Getty Images)

Written by Arielle Loren


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