News: Blackstreet's Teddy Riley Accused Of Attacking Daughter W/ Guitar
Tuesday, Dec 29, 2009 5:15PM
Blackstreet's Teddy Riley has reportedly been given a temporary restraining order against him by his 18 year-old daughter after allegedly attacking her with a Rock Band video game guitar.
Details on the alleged incident landed online today (December 29).
The order request, filed and granted in Los Angeles County Superior Court, accuses the singer of "stomping, punching and bashing" his daughters on December 23 and then lifting a Rock Band guitar and threatening to kill them with it. (Examiner)
Taking place at his Los Angeles, California home, Taja Riley's injuries have been publicly revealed.
Taja says that at one point, Teddy, "lifted a Rock Band guitar and threatened to kill person(s) w/ it." Taja claims that she suffered several injuries from the alleged incident, which include, "bashes to temple, contusion on face" and "pain in knee." Teddy has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from Taja. The next hearing is set for January. (On The Fix)
As a result of the order, Riley will be forced to keep a determined distance from his daughter.
Teddy's 18 year-old daughter Taja Riley was granted a temporary restraining order against her dad -- claiming 43-year-old Teddy abused her and her older sister by "stomping, punching and bashing them" in his L.A. home on December 23. Teddy has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from Taja. The next hearing is set for January. (TMZ)
The singer is known for playing a large role with boy groups Blackstreet and Guy.
Teddy Riley, often recognized for his work with Blackstreet and Guy, is also noted for producing hit singles for the likes of Michael Jackson and Bobby Brown. (Singersroom)
Teddy Riley is scheduled for a hearing January 2010.
Check out recent footage of Teddy Riley in the studio down below:
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