Trey Songz Surrenders After Previously Denying Bowling Alley Brawl With Woman And Male

Trey Songz appeared to believe he was out of trouble after a confrontation with two guys in New York City earlier this fall. According to a new TMZ report, the R&B vocalist did end up turning himself in to authorities as a result of the claims leveled against him.

According to the outlet’s law enforcement sources, the singer was feeling heat at the end of November over the reported altercation. Specifically, he’s facing accusations of striking two people in the face at a bowling alley in October. One of the victims, a woman, was in the hospital afterward to get treatment for her injuries.

When the news first broke, it was said that Songz “punched her in the face repeatedly and dragged her by her hair.” Additionally, sources note that she was an employee at the establishment where the fight went down.

The second victim, a man, claims the Virginia native punched him in the eye. Following the brawl, he allegedly refused any medical treatment.

Immediately, reps for the 38-year-old denied the gossip. From the sounds of the latest reports, his attorney, Mitch Schuster, also believes his client is innocent.

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

Currently, Songz is not behind bars. He previously turned himself in at an NYPD station last month. After going through booking and getting a desk appearance ticket for assault, he later left.

A motive for the alleged bowling alley beatdown remains unknown. Additionally, we’re unsure when the “Na Na” hitmaker will have his day in court.