Designer Jeremy Scott and recording artist Cardi B attend the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2018 in New York City.
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The security team hired to protect Migos and Cardi B at last year’s Met Gala in New York is off the hook for an incident involving an overzealous fan.

As you may remember, an autograph hound by the name of Giovanni Arnold ended up on a stretcher after doing entirely too much in his efforts to score an autograph from the “Motorsport” rappers.

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As a result of the incident—which occurred right outside of The Mark Hotel—rumors surfaced that Arnold was suing Migos and Cardi for the assault, and that their security teams could face assault charges for the scuffle.

However, it appears that all is well in the world, as TMZ reports that no charges will be filed despite claims that Arnold suffered face, neck, body, and back injuries.

But this isn’t the only good news for Bardi this week, as we learned on Wednesday that she’ll be making her feature film debut alongside KeKe Palmer and Jennifer Lopez in the savvy stripper flick Hustlers.