New York, NY

Trey Songz has turned himself in to the New York Police Department after allegedly assaulting two people — including a woman — at a bowling alley earlier this year.

According to TMZ, the R&B star was booked and given a desk appearance ticket for assault at a local precinct before being released shortly after.

The singer stands accused of punching two people in the face at a New York bowling alley in October. One of the victims was hospitalized as a result of the attack.

The incident reportedly occurred inside one of the bathrooms at the establishment, where Trey Songz (real name Tremaine Neverson) allegedly punched the female victim repeatedly and dragged her by the hair. She was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for visible minor injuries.

It was later reported that there was a second victim, a male, who claims Trey punched him in the eye. The man refused medical treatment. The singer’s attorney, Mitch Schuster, has denied the allegations while claiming his client has been cooperative with law enforcement.

“We have been proactively communicating with NY law enforcement, the DA, and all those involved,” Schuster told TMZ. “While we will respectfully and proactively work through all the appropriate channels, we are confident that Trey will be fully cleared of any wrongdoing.”

Trey Songz Rape Civil Case Dismissed, Statute Of Limitations Passed

Trey Songz Rape Civil Case Dismissed, Statute Of Limitations Passed

Trey Songz has faced several physical and sexual assault cases over the past few years. However, most of the allegations were dismissed either by the victims themselves or by the judges presiding over the various cases.

In April, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department closed a case in which the singer was accused of having sexually assaulted a woman while celebrating his birthday in the city in November 2021.

Later that month, a woman named Megan Johnson filed a $5 million lawsuit against Trey Songz over a video of him exposing her breast at a party in Connecticut in 2013.

In a letter, her attorneys George Vrabeck and Ariel Mitchell accused Songz of sexual assault and battery with “a reckless disregard for her safety,” while adding the experience led to “severe emotional distress” and “self-harm” for their client.

Before that, former UNLV basketball player Dylan Gonzalez came forward in January claiming Trey raped her over nine years ago.