Juvenile blames security problem for club arrest
Tue, 21 Aug 2012 4:22p.m.
Rapper Juvenile has played down his weekend arrest for disorderly conduct and blamed a "security problem" at a club in Miami, Florida for the trouble.
The hip-hop star, real name Terius Gray, performed a show at the LIV venue on Sunday night, but the evening later turned violent when a fight broke out inside the venue.
The trouble spilled outside, where cops took Juvenile into custody for his alleged involvement in the altercation.
Juvenile was subsequently released from jail and he has brushed off the incident in a cell phone text to XXLMag.com editors.
In the brief message, he writes, "Man, that club LIV on the beach has a security problem and I got caught up in it. That’s all.”
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