LITTLE Women Atlanta’s Shirlene “Ms. Juicy” King Pearson was “slashed in the face with broken glass” during a shocking fight caught on camera.
The brawl occurred last year while some of the cast members were at Nouveau Bar & Grill in College Park, Georgia.
The head-turning throw-down originally invo娛樂城體驗lved twin sisters Amanda and Andrea Salinas against Abira Greene – and while the reason for the chaos isn’t known at the moment, things got ugly when glass was broken and blood was spilled.
In the clip, Abira and one of the Salinas sisters spit on each other while exchanging insults, and everything quickly takes a 180 as glasses are toss and shattered.
Unfortunately Ms. Juicy, who was attempting to calm every one down, gets caught in the crossfire and is hit in the forehead with a glass cup, leaving her with a huge gash on her forehead.
“I’m bleeding,” Ms.Juicy yells as her friends try to tend to her by covering the wound with a paper towel.
“I got a cut, I got a cut…on my foot!” Ms. Juicy then says, as she apparently stepped on broken glass in the ruckus.
According to TMZ, the 49-year-old was taken to the hospital where she got a CAT scan and stitches.
The outlet also revealed that the fight went down last February, as cast member Ashley “Minnie” Ross is seen in the video – she would pass away two months later at the age of 34.
Season 6 of the popular series will show the moment the cast learns of Minnie’s shocking death as viewers will also be able to see a memorial the stars throw for the reality star.
One scene shows Ms. Juicy trying not to breakdown as she says: “I’m not going to have nobody to argue with no more.”
Abira also says: “Our friendship meant a lot to me because we started in the fire, but we wa娛樂城評價lked through it together.”
Originally it was believed that Minnie was a victim of a hit-and run, but The Sun exclusively revealed that her Nissan Sentra “hit the right side curb, lost control of the vehicle, crossed into the north bound lanes of travel and struck a Ford Focus head on that was traveling north bound.”