Woman Charged With Attacking Reality TV Star at Night Club
Atlanta resident Stephanie Harp faces aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge in the June 9 attack on "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" reality star Erica Pinkett at the Taboo 2 night club.
An Atlanta woman has turned herself into authorities in connection to the June 9 assault on a reality television star at a Sandy Springs night club.
Stephanie Harp was booked into the Fulton County Jail Thursday and faces aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the alleged attack on Erica Pinkett, star of the VH1 show "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta."
Sandy Springs police made the announcement on its Facebook page.
Jail records show Harp remains behind bars. Taboo 2 sits at 6075 Roswell Road just north of Hammond Drive NE.
Sandy Springs Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Ron Momon told WSB-TV that Pinkett was hit with a closed fist and cut with a razor blade. He also said two people were involved in the attack, and detectives are still looking for the second suspect.
Witnesses were able to identify Harp as the attacker, and detectives were able to follow up on leads to confirm Harp as the suspect.
Momon added a motive in the attack remains unknown.