Today in Tha Wire R&B star, Trey Songz, turned himself into Los Angeles Police Monday morning in relation to an incident that went down last month. As previously reported over the last 3-years the singer's had a number of run-ins with the law. The star has gotten into a lot of trouble over his increasingly bizarre behavior, and angry outbursts in public.

Here recently, Trigger's been excessively violent towards women too! What's up wit that? E! News reported that the R&B crooner has been racking up charges left, and right behind putting his hands on female fans and associates. Trey Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, is actually facing domestic violence charges right now. TMZ first broke the story and reported that the singer allegedly beat-up a woman named, Andrea Buera, while the two attended a party together.

The incident supposedly took place over the NBA All-Star Weekend, where Songz allegedly went ballistic on his female date. Buera told police the singer attacked her, because she was talking to another man at the Beverly Hills shindig.  After the attack, Buera claimed she left the party to seek medical attention at a nearby hospital. From there, the woman made a b-line for the police station, where she filed assault charges against the star. Now the singer is looking at felony domestic violence. At last word the assault was being investigated, and the stars possible arrest was pending upon the D.A.'s decision.

Twitter shortly afterward, and told his followers not to believe the hype. Trigger couldn't stay quiet any longer, and denied the allegations tweeting,

Meanwhile Buera is making her case as well, and enlisted the services of celeb attorney, Lisa Bloom. The alleged victim asked for a public apology from Trey last week, as she tearfully gave her side of the story at a news conference.

 

Wow! This isn't a good look for the singer at all. I'll keep you posted on further developments, as this story continues to unfold. Be on the lookout for updates, and the latest in entertainment news with Tha Wire. Get the scoop twice a day, every weekday only on The People's Station 107 Jamz.