Rapper Tyga has been arrested for an alleged home abuse incident, police say.
The 31-year-old rapper, whose actual title is Michael Stevenson, turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Division’s Hollywood precinct Tuesday morning, public info officer Lizeth Lomeli confirmed to USA TODAY. Officers first responded to the home violence incident early Monday, Lomeli mentioned.
The “Style” singer was booked for felony home violence, in line with a press release from LAPD’s social media account. The authenticity of the tweet was confirmed by an LAPD consultant to USA TODAY.
Stevenson was launched after posting a $50,000 bond, jail data confirmed.
USA TODAY reached out to Tyga’s reps for remark.
The arrest comes someday after Stevenson’s ex-girlfriend Camaryn Swanson shared pictures of alleged abuse to her Instagram Story. Swanson wrote Monday she was “bodily assaulted,” though she did not title Stevenson particularly.
LAPD wouldn’t verify the events concerned within the alleged altercation with Stevenson.
“I have been emotionally, mentally and bodily abused and I am not hiding it anymore,” Swanson wrote alongside a photograph of herself with a bruised eye. In one other photograph, she added, “I am so embarrassed and ashamed it needed to get to this however I’ve to face up for myself.”
USA TODAY reached out to Swanson for remark.
Stevenson and Swanson went Instagram official with their relationship in February. The couple has since deleted pictures of one another from their respective social media accounts.
The rapper beforehand dated Kylie Jenner from 2015-2017 and shares 8-year-old son King Cairo with mannequin Blac Chyna, which he dated from 2011-2014.
In case you are a sufferer of home violence, the National Domestic Violence Hotline lets you converse confidentially with educated advocates on-line or by the cellphone, which they advocate for many who assume their on-line exercise is being monitored by their abuser (800-799-7233). They will help survivors develop a plan to attain security for themselves and their kids.
Protected Horizon’s hotline gives disaster counseling, security planning, and help discovering shelters: 800-621-HOPE (4673). It has a chat feature the place you may attain out for assist from a pc or cellphone confidentially.
Survivors can name the New York Metropolis Anti-Violence Undertaking’s 24/7 English/Spanish hotline at 212-714-1141 and get help. If calling is just not protected, however electronic mail is feasible, make a report at avp.org/get-help and depart protected contact info, and somebody will attain out.
Contributing: The Related Press