The premiere for A Haunted House 2 went down last night in spectacular Hollywood fashion, but it was the after party that landing Mike Epps in a bit of sticky situation with the police, and possibly his wife.
Following the premiere, the cast members of the horror spoof including Marlon Wayans, Ne-Yo, Cedric the Entertainer and more hit up Lucky Strike bowling alley to keep the festivities going. It was then alleged that a woman caught an epic fade at the hand of Epps right in front of his wife.
Naturally, he said that never happened and cops aren’t really buying it, either.
Mike Epps has been accused of punching a woman in the face Wednesday night after the premiere of “Haunted House 2” — but sources close to Epps tell TMZ, the actor didn’t lay a finger on her.
The incident occurred at the after-party at Lucky Strike in Downtown L.A. — law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the woman claimed she had a prior romantic relationship with Epps … and wanted to confront him about something.
According to law enforcement sources, the woman told police Epps then punched her in the face. She called cops and filed a report, but cops say there was zero sign of injury on the woman. Epps also told police he never touched her.
Sources close to Epps insist the woman was nothing more than a fan — we’re told the actor had asked for privacy because he was with his wife … and the woman allegedly grew belligerent, throwing a drink at both of them. We’re told Epps then asked security to escort her out of the party.
Law enforcement sources tell us, the case has been referred to the domestic violence division because the alleged victim claims she had a prior relationship with Epps. The investigation is ongoing.
Hit the flip to see Mr. & Mrs. Epps before the fabricated fisticuffs went down.