A legal dispute has emerged surrounding DaBaby’s altercation at a Los Angeles bowling alley with DaniLeigh’s brother, Brandon Bills (real name Brandon Curiel).
Corbin Bowl, the venue where the incident occurred, is now facing a lawsuit along with the rapper. Let’s delve into the details and the potential consequences.
According to documents obtained by Radar Online, Corbin Bowl has officially responded to the lawsuit, denying any wrongdoing as alleged by Brandon Bills.
Bills claims that the bowling alley had a duty to protect him from the assault, but Corbin Bowl asserts that they were not legally obligated to do so. The lawsuit, filed in February 2022, seeks damages, and the outcome hinges on a judge’s ruling.
In the February 2022 incident, DaBaby and his entourage engaged in a physical altercation that resulted in Brandon Bills sustaining injuries. In video footage of the brawl, DaBaby is seen initiating the confrontation.
Brandon Bills, who has previously accused DaBaby of mistreating his sister, DaniLeigh, suffered cuts and bruises as a result of the incident.
Should the court rule in favor of Corbin Bowl, DaBaby may become the sole defendant in the lawsuit, bearing legal responsibility for the altercation. The consequences could include financial damages, adding a layer of complexity to the legal proceedings.
Following the brawl, police investigated the incident and considered charging DaBaby with assault with a deadly weapon. DaBaby, however, maintains that his actions were in self-defense, complicating the legal landscape surrounding the case.