YMCMB's Mack Maine has been accused of groping a female fan on Lil Wayne's tour bus before punching her friend in the face, according to reports.
YMCMB’s Mack Maine will be charged with sexual battery and assault, according to TMZ.com.
The YMCMB President allegedly groped a female fan while on Lil Wayne’s tour bus last week before punching her friend, the site says it has been told.
Maine will be accused of inviting the alleged victims onto Lil Wayne’s tour bus after the August 21 stop of his “America’s Most Wanted” tour at the Chesapeake Energy Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
While Maine was on Lil Wayne’s tour bus with the female fans, Maine allegedly put one of his hands down the shirt of one of the girls and then squeezed her breast without her permission, TMZ’s article says. The woman says she slapped Maine and attempted to get off of the bus with her friend, according to TMZ. But, the woman says that Maine blocked the exit door and then punched her friend in the face, the site says. Maine’s punch broke her friend’s jaw, TMZ.com says.
The District Attorney handling the case said it was not known when the charges against Maine would be filed, but that they would be filed, according to TMZ.com.
Maine has yet to comment publicly on the incident.
Last week, reports surfaced of an alleged assault on a female fan on the Oklahoma City stop of the tour headlined by rappers Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz and T.I. The news came just days after the confirmed arrest of 2 Chainz for illegal drugs found on his tour bus.
According to TMZ’s report last week, the fan “showed up with her girlfriend” and the entourage member “stuck his hand down her shirt and grabbed her breast.” After rejecting the physical advance, the man apparently “turned around and punched her in the jaw, sending her flying out of the bus.” The victim claims that the blow resulted with a broken jaw that has required surgery and “her back on the pavement [and] blood pouring out of her mouth.”
According to TMZ’s reporting of the police report, the man responsible for the attack “ran off” while the injured woman “was taken to the hospital.”