Topanga, CA – DaBaby has found himself at the center of controversy once again — this time, for an alleged assault on DaniLeigh’s brother. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to TMZ police are actively investigating the fight with Brandon Bills. The fight took place at Corbin Ball in Topanga, California on Wednesday night (February 9).

Consequently, Corbin Ball has banned the platinum-selling rapper from ever stepping foot in their establishment again. An employee explained they came to that decision after staff reviewed security footage from the fight, which reportedly proves DaBaby was the aggressor and Bills, the victim. Law enforcement sources say they’re now investigating DaBaby for assault with a deadly weapon because Bills was kicked in the head while he was already on the ground.

The fight supposedly popped off after Bills confronted DaBaby over the alleged mistreatment of his sister DaniLeigh during their relationship. One of the bowling alley’s mechanics said it took hours for him to scrub up the dried-up sugary drink DaBaby threw at Bills, and Corbin Ball also had to cough up $250 in cleaning chemicals as well as re-oil the lanes where the incident occurred.

DaBaby and DaniLeigh’s relationship has been tumultuous to say the least. Last November, the couple got into a domestic dispute in front of their three-month-old daughter that ended with DaniLeigh’s arrest. She’s now facing two assault charges.

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Rolling Stone reported police responded to two separate calls at DaBaby’s home during the dispute and both times he accused the 26-year-old singer of assaulting him. Officers made their first visit on around 11:59 p.m. local time when they responded to a domestic assault call. Footage from DaniLeigh’s Instagram Live broadcast showed cops arriving at DaBaby’s home, but the officers left without making an arrest.

Police returned to the same location the following day around 9:35 a.m. when DaBaby accused her of assault again. At that point, cops found sufficient evidence to cite her for the two misdemeanor assaults.