Sean Kingston, the popular Jamaican-American singer, has allegedly punched and pulled a gun on a music video director who had been staying in his home.
However, TMZ.com reports that the Los Angeles Police Department is now involved in the case.
The music video director, who works under the handle GXDLIKE, said that he had been working and living at Kingston’s Los Angeles-area home for about three months when Sean allegedly assaulted him.
He claims that Kingston summoned him from the downstairs area of the home around 2 am on November 5 and wanted him to film something for the singer, but he says his phone was dead.
The music video director alleges Sean got frustrated and punched him in the face, then dragged him into the hallway and pulled out a gun telling him to pack his belongings and leave.
Law enforcement sources confirm that GXDLIKE has filed a police report with the LAPD over the incident.
The director claims the alleged attack left him with cuts on his face, but no major injuries.
Reacting to the allegation, a representative of Kingston said that any allegations made against the singer in the past few days, including those from the videographer, whom the representative describes as “terminated,” are false; adding that “all claims will be disproven.”