Tyga is out on bail after turning himself in to authorities following a domestic violence claim from his ex-girlfriend.
The rapper was arrested for felony domestic violence on Oct. 12 after Camaryn Swanson accused him of beating her up the previous day, TMZ reported. The arrest came one day after she posted a video and photo of injuries she claimed she sustained on Monday morning at the hands of Tyga. Camaryn appeared to have injuries on her arms and face.
"I'm so embarrassed and ashamed it had to get to this but I have to stand up for myself," she captioned the video posted to her Instagram Story. Prior to that, she said, "I've been emotionally, mentally and physically abused and I'm not hiding it anymore."
There are differing accounts of what happened. A pro-Tyga source alleged that Camaryn came to the rapper's home uninvited at 3 a.m. and caused a disturbance. However, Camaryn posted text messages purported to be from the "Rack City" rapper that refute that claim. In fact, Tyga even sent a car to pick her up, the messages appear to show. Then, she alleged that he roughed her up and refused to let her leave "for hours."
"I can't believe this is how it has to end," she supposedly texted Tyga. "Honestly I'm so heartbroken and I didn't think you were capable to ever do this to me."
Police reportedly tried to speak to Kylie Jenner's ex at his house on Oct. 11 after Camaryn claimed violence, but he refused. He also remained silent when paparazzi crews questioned him about the alleged incident while arriving and leaving a police station in Los Angeles.
Tyga's bail had been set at $50,000.
The rapper and Camaryn reportedly began dating in early 2021.