Azealia Banks goes to court to file case against Russell Crowe allegedly accusing him of manhandling her and throwing her out of his party
Who’s telling the truth? It is hard to say after the events of Sunday that went down at the Beverly Hill Hotel where Russell Crowe hosted a party.
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The 25 years old rapper, Azealia Banks accompanied fellow rapper RZA as his guest to the party. What transpired between her and the host was witnessed by many attending the party.
The witnesses claim that Azaelie thoroughly criticized Russell Crowe’s music collection loud enough for people standing close to hear. She called Russell and another one of his guests “boring white men”.
One of the female guests intervened to defend Russell which caused Azealia to bolster up and go on a verbal rampage, according to the Guardian.
The witnesses claim that Azealia shouted at the woman saying, “You would love it if I broke my glass, stabbed you guys in the throat, and blood would squirt everywhere like some real Tarantino shit.”
She also raised her glass threateningly at which point Crowe intervened and caught Azealia in a bear hug. He took her out of the suite and the security guards took her out of the hotel premises. This was all accounted by the witnesses.
Meanwhile, Azealia is telling a different story in which she has accused Russell in a Facebook post claiming that Russel "called me a n----r, choked me, threw me out and spat at me".
The post has been deleted but the accusations remain out there. The rapper has is also seeking judicial case against the actor. Her representative Raymani have spoken out that Azealia is taking time off.
A statement has been issued regarding my client Azealia Banks, "Azealia is tremendously distraught and disheartened. She is shell shocked...— Raýmani (@Raymani) October 17, 2016
She is badly shaken and disturbed by the incident. Raymani added that Azealia is disappointed to find the reality of the people she respected once. No response has yet been given from Russell Crowe or his representatives.