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Tyler, the Creator Pays $8K to Cover Club Damages

L.A. district attorney won't press charges if rapper complies with conditions

March 5, 2012 11:55 AM ET
Tyler, the Creator performs at the Warfield in San Francisco.
Tyler, the Creator performs at the Warfield in San Francisco.
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Odd Future mastermind Tyler, the Creator has paid a Los Angeles club $8,000 to cover the damage he left in the wake of an Odd Future gig in December. The rapper allegedly trashed the Roxy's sound equipment, including a soundboard, in a fit of rage. Tyler was arrested outside the venue, and fans of the rap collective took to the streets to protest his arrest.

According to TMZ, the Los Angeles District Attorney's office will not file charges over the incident if the rapper complies with their requests in an upcoming meeting.

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