'Joseline's Cabaret' Cast Member Drops $25 Million Lawsuit Against Joseline Hernandez And Fiancé
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'Joseline's Cabaret' Cast Member Drops $25 Million Lawsuit Against Joseline Hernandez And Fiancé

Joseline Hernandez has dodged a $25 million dollar lawsuit.

According to RollingOut, Joseline's Cabaret cast member Amber Ali has dropped her $25 million lawsuit against Hernandez and fiancé Ballistic Beats over an alleged attack during the filming of the Zeus reality show.

Ali put a message on Instagram announcing her change of heart

She wrote, “Thank you to all my fans that have my back!!! After deep thought, I am no longer seeking legal action against @thezeusnetwork, Joseline or Ballistic for what took place at the reunion. I am putting this entire ordeal behind me. Thank you for all the support and understanding. I am in great health and great spirits, I am moving on with my life.”

Back in March, Ali made an Instagram Live alleging that Hernandez and fiancé Ballistic Beats assaulted her during filming

As she said in the live, she was "in the hospital" because "Joseline kicked me and Ballistic attacked me, but I only came to the hospital because my ribs are very bruised because Joseline had some big a-- boots on and she kicked me."

She said she went to the hospital to make sure she didn’t have broken ribs, and also alleged that Ballistic “just ripped my hair off my head. He ripped my real hair out.” Hernandez has denied the allegations and also tweeted that she wasn’t afraid of being sued.

Hernandez has been accused of mistreating her female cast members before, but as she told Shadow and Act in April of last year, she tries to give a different side to herself on Joseline's Cabaret.

“I regret everything,” she told us. “More recently, I’ve stopped regretting. Now it’s like I’m grown, I said it, it is what it is, if you don’t like it I can’t help you and then I keep it pushing. It’s life…we live and learn and we just have to grow from it.”

"They know that I come from the same world,” she said of the cast.

“My mind always wanted to do something different…I always tell my ladies when they come to me that if you really want to change your life – if you really want to get out of the streets get out of the ghetto, get out of the strip club. If you want to be bigger than what you are, all you have to do is put it in your mind. You can do it, but you have to work really hard.”

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