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Ex-Chicago Bulls player Corey Benjamin apologized after his 14-year-old daughter sucker-punched a 15-year-old girl in a viral video.

In the shocking video, Benjamin's daughter, who has not been identified because she's a minor, sucker-punched Lauryn Ham during a girls basketball tournament in Orange County.

Lauryn's mother Alice Ham shared the video on Instagram, where it went viral.

Alice captioned the video:

"THIS... this right here makes me SICK to my stomach. This happened to MY DAUGHTER at her game yesterday. There is absolutely no place for something like this in basketball, I don't care how famous you are!!"

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Alice Ham, pictured right, accused the other girl's mother of telling her to punch Lauryn, pictured left.

"This mom told her daughter to 'go and hit her' and my kid gets an unprovoked sucker punch. I'm sorry but it's everything that's wrong with youth sports. The girl and her mom showed absolutely no remorse and offered no apology. Youth sports needs to change."

Alice Ham filed a report against the juvenile and is considering filing charges against the girl and her mother.

Kevin Hahn, an attorney representing Lauryn Ham, says this isn't the first time Benjamin's daughter took a swing at opposing players.

She was suspended for punching two rival players during a basketball tournament in September.

"My understanding is that organization that held the tournament [in September] banned her and suspended her from any other tournaments in their organization," Hahn said.

He says Orange County tournament officials probably weren't aware of the suspension.

Corey Benjamin has apologized to Alice and her daughter Lauryn, who suffered a concussion.

"This is not how I raised my daughter," said Benjamin, who played with the Bulls and the Atlanta Hawks in 2003 before finishing his career overseas.

"To the young lady who was punched by my daughter during a youth basketball game, I sincerely apologize to you and I am praying for your complete healing both physically and emotionally," he said.

"As a father, I'm shocked and disappointed at my daughter's behavior as this is not a reflection of the values and standards that my family holds. Nor does it exemplify the values, character and spirit of sportsmanship that the game of basketball requires.

"My daughter made a mistake. One that she will need to make right. I am committed to getting my daughter any help she may need and support her in taking accountability for her conduct."

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A security guard is being hailed a hero for coming to the rescue of an elderly Asian man who was being assaulted by three women.

In a viral video taken at a gas station, three women are seen assaulting the elderly man as he sat in his car.

As the women pummeled the defenseless man, a security guard rushed over and stopped the attack.

Twitter users are calling the man a hero for stepping up to do what's right. Many requested a GoFundMe link to send money to the man for responding above and beyond the call of duty.

Some Twitter users believe the three women are prostitutes and at least one of them is a transgender.

The video was posted on Twitter.com the same day Joe Biden signed a hate crimes bill in response to a rise in violence against Asian Americans.

One Black Twitter user feared the bill "will be used specifically against Black Americans."

CAUTION: The video contains violent imagery. Viewer discretion is advised.
 

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The actress who played Snoop on HBO's crime drama "The Wire" was assaulted by a man outside a Baltimore strip club.

Cell phone video shows Felicia Pearson greeting a friend when another man sneaked up behind him and slapped Pearson hard.

The video shows Pearson and a woman identified as her stunt double fighting several men. The man who slapped Pearson was knocked to the ground but the video doesn't show who hit him.

That didn't stop social media from crediting Pearson's female stunt double with dropping the attacker.

Photos posted on Pearson's Instagram account shows the 41-year-old male-identified actress celebrating her birthday at the strip club with reality TV star Tammy Rivera Malphurs and Instagram models Dream Doll and JuJu.

Pearson captioned the post:

"It's my birthday thank you to my family and friends that came out... I was litty S/O to my sisters, they came and shut it down lol @charliesangelll @iamjuju_ @dreamdoll love y'all ! [photos by] @gmdtv [photos by] @brucetookit One of the best promoters in the world @nutscola111 love you and thanks always!!"

Watch the video of the assault below.
 

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A man physically assaulted a much smaller woman at a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office in Missouri.

Cell phone video shows a woman speaking with a DMV employee about her driver's license. The woman became upset and turned to leave. That's when the Black man approached her and assaulted her.

The man, who was dressed in causal clothing, identified himself as a police officer. After exchanging words with her, he grabbed the woman by the neck and began punching her repeatedly, knocking her to the floor.

The man stood over her and threatened her, telling her to "stay down."

No one in the DMV stepped forward to assist the young lady.

Eventually, a police officer arrived and placed the woman in handcuffs -- even though she was assaulted.

The video is an example of the double standard that exists in America. If the man had been white, all hell would break loose.

Watch the video below.
 

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Rapper DaBaby is in legal trouble again. A 64-year-old homeowner filed a lawsuit against the troubled rapper after he was beaten and had a tooth knocked out during a music video shoot at his rental home.

An associate of Dababy is accused of beating up 64-year-old homeowner Gary Pagar after he showed up at his rental property to stop the rapper's music video shoot on December 2nd.

Pagar agreed to rent his mansion to DaBaby for "a private vacation," but he accused the rapper of violating the terms of the rental agreement by having more than 40 people at the mansion and using the property to shoot a music video with a full commercial film crew.

Pagar was monitoring his rental home via surveillance cameras when he spotted the rapper filming a music video on his property.

According to BACKGRID, the lawsuit claims that DaBaby and his associates "beat, punched, spat on, threatened, shoved, and robbed Mr Pagar" at his LA home on December 2, 2020.

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Among the guests at the house was YouTube star-turned-boxer Jake Paul. Video of the confrontation shows one of Dababy's associates identified as DOE 1 throwing Pagar to the ground without warning as he walked up his driveway and punching him.

Jake Paul, who is believed to have been participating in the video, can be seen observing the fracas in a red convertible Ferrari a few feet away.

DaBaby, who was a passenger in the Ferrari, is seen standing outside the car while watching the beatdown.

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DaBaby and his artist, Stunna 4 Vegas, eventually pulled the thug off of Pagar, but only so they could continue to "taunt, threaten and punch Pagar" himself, according to court documents.

DaBaby is accused of stealing Pagar's cellphone by force, chasing him into the house and threatening him to not call the police and punching him.

Pagar lost a tooth as a result of the attack. When the group was told that police were on their way, they "fled the scene leaving behind a damaged house and stealing valuable kitchenware as they left."

According to the documents, the rental was agreed at a total fee of $43,706. Pagar is suing for $117,910.48 to include damages to the property, excessive trash, broken foyer sculpture, stolen iPhone and various damages to upholstery and floor.

No charges have been filed.

Below are clips from the music video filmed inside the rental home.
 

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Macy's issued a statement defending a white employee who was viciously attacked by a Black man who accused the employee of using the N-word. Macy's says the attack was unprovoked.

The incident happened at a Macy's store in Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township, Michigan.

The video was posted on Facebook Monday, June 15, by aspiring rapper FT Quay, who has since deleted his social media.

In the video, a white man wearing a black face mask is seen being pummeled on the floor by a Black man wearing a black wife beater and sagging pants.

The employee asked, "What are you doing that for?" as the attacker punched him repeatedly. The employee extended his arm to deflect the blows as the assailant tells him not to touch him.

"I didn't touch you... I'm sorry. I'm sorry" the man said.

In a post on Facebook, FT Quay wrote:

"This is not the whole video but Me and bro in the mall n shit and he ask this man [on the phone] did this shirt look [too] little he told him yea and kept talking on the phone then mumbled talking bout sum "no one just sum ni**er" he thought we ain't hear em because his mask was on #blackpower.[sic]"

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The video does not show the employee using the N-word.

Macy's has said it will beef up security at the store.

Flint Township Lt. Brad Wangler confirmed the incident is under investigation. Macy's says it will help law enforcement to identify the attacker through the use of face-recognition technology.
 

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Shocking viral video shows a gang of teenage girls beating a security guard after he refused to let them board an elevator at an Atlanta hotel because they were smoking weed.

The violent incident occurred at the Hyatt Place Hotel in Atlanta. Cell phone footage captured the girls approaching the elevator and swear at the security guard when he refused to let them on the elevator.

The guard asked the ladies to leave, but they refused. A brawl broke out when the guard yelled "Move!" and pushed the ladies away from the elevator.

They were accompanied by a group of men who can be heard cheering them on in the background as they punched and kicked the guard, knocking his cap and face mask off. The beating stopped when a hotel guest called 911 on her cellphone.

The guard later told police he spotted the girls smoking marijuana outside the hotel before the attack.
 

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DaBaby vigorously denies slapping multiple women at a nightclub in Tampa, Florida last weekend.

The law firm representing the alleged victim, Tyronesha Laws, claims she is the woman he slapped, but DaBaby's lawyer says "multiple victims" called the law office claiming to be the woman the rapper slapped.

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As cell phone footage shows, DaBaby viciously slapped a woman who accidentally touched his face with her cell phone at the Whiskey North nightclub in Tampa, where the rapper was scheduled to perform last weekend.

Trouble is, the rapper admits slapping "someone," but he says too many alleged victims are coming out of the woodwork.

DaBaby's attorney, Drew Findling, tells TMZ, enhanced video shows DaBaby slapping a woman who struck his left eye with what appears to be a phone with the flashlight on -- NOT the person standing to the left or the right of the individual shoving the phone in his face.

Tyronesha told TMZ she was standing next to a young lady who reached out with a cell phone -- flashlight activated -- toward DaBaby right before he allegedly smacked her in the face.

Cell phone footage shows the troubled 28-year-old rapper slapping the person holding the phone -- but that person has not come forward.

Findling says his law firm has been contacted by multiple women claiming to be the victim, but they haven't been able to verify her identity.

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DaBaby already apologized to the woman he struck, saying he thought he was hitting a guy in a wig and couldn't tell the difference because he was blinded by the light in his face.

After the slapping incident, DaBaby was booed off the stage and the show was immediately canceled by club promoters.
 

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Instagram comedian Michael Blackson almost got knocked out when he tried to take rapper DaBaby's picture at SouthPark Mall in Charlotte, NC.

Blackson got a little too close and touched DaBaby's face with his cell phone. You'll have to watch the video below to see what happened next.

DaBaby, 28, faces a possible lawsuit after he slapped a female fan who tried to take his picture at a nightclub in Tampa over the weekend.

The fan inadvertently touched DaBaby's face with her phone and he hauled off and slapped her.

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Fans booed DaBaby off the stage after the incident, and the club's promoter canceled the show.

DaBaby, 28, later apologized to the woman, identified by her lawyer as Tyronesha Laws. The rapper offered Laws $10,000 and promised to fly her anywhere to apologize to her in person.
 

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Rapper DaBaby was booed off stage after he viciously slapped a female fan who accidentally touched his face with her cell phone.

The violent incident happened at the Whiskey North nightclub in Tampa, where the rapper was scheduled to perform over the weekend.

His show was immediately canceled by club promoters, who kept the other half of his appearance fee, according to reports.

Tyronesha Laws was recording DaBaby's arrival to the club when she inadvertently touched his face with her phone. Police were called to the scene, but no charges were filed.

DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, hauled off and slapped Laws, sending her cell phone flying into the crowd.

The Law firm of Morgan & Morgan, which is representing the victim, contacted gossip blog TMZ to confirm they are representing Laws in a possible lawsuit against the rapper and the club.

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DaBaby offered a half-hearted apology in a video on his Instagram stories after he was booed off the stage.

DaBaby claimed he was blinded by the light from the phone and he couldn't see whether the fan was male or female. He offered to pay the fan $10,000 and to fly her anywhere to apologize to her in person.

"I do apologize that there was a female on the other end... keep in mind, I couldn't see you because you got the flash this close to me... I wish you could have respected me."

DaBaby, 28, was arrested in Miami in January for assaulting a concert promoter. He was released on bond when authorities discovered he had an outstanding warrant for assault in Texas.

He also assaulted a hotel worker and he was previously arrested for killing a 19-year-old man during an altercation in a Huntersville, North Carolina Walmart. The charges were dropped in March 2019 after he said he acted in self-defense.

Watch the video below.