Montana Fishburne Reportedly Charged With Battery
By PopEater Staff Posted Aug 12th 2010 06:54AM
According to TMZ, she was arrested last February after allegedly beating her boyfriend's ex. The victim claims to have sustained "significant injuries" during the rumble.
The LA City Attorney's Office reportedly charged Fishburne with battery, and will be adding charges of false imprisonment and assault with a deadly weapon.
The news comes after reports surfaced last week (via E! Online) that Montana was arrested in 2009 for alleged prostitution. Following the incident, she narrowly missed jail time by taking a work program and two years probation.
Fishburne pleaded no contest to criminal trespass in Hollywood, and the court dropped charges of "solicitation and loitering in a public area for the purpose of prostitution," E! writes.
Montana is set to star in a porn video for Vivid Entertainment, NYDailyNews.com reports. Vivid, which also distributed Kim Kardashian and Kendra Wilkinson's sex tapes, will release the video on August 18.
In a Vivid Entertainment press release, Montana, who is also known as "Chippy D," revealed that she was inspired by Kim Kardashian's rise to fame after the release of her sex tape.
Last week, she spoke to PEOPLE about the upcoming video and the effect it may have on her father. "I hope it's not hurting him. It wasn't done to hurt him," she said. "But I think it will take time and talking through the issues. Eventually, I hope he will be proud of me."
"[My dad] is very upset," Montana told TMZ earlier.
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