Saigon Pleads Not Guilty To Harassing Ex-Girlfriend

 Rapper/actor Saigon appeared in Clarkstown Justice Center in New City, New York yesterday (Feb. 28) and pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges of second-degree harassment and disorderly conduct, stemming from an incident in Dec. 2006.

In a complaint filed with Clarkstown police, Saigon, 26, is accused of pouring a beer over the head and face of his estranged girlfriend, grabbing and pulling her and using a car door to hit the woman's left leg.

Saigon, born Brian Carenard, was hit with the disorderly conduct charge after refusing the police's request to be quite in the parking lot of his building.

The judge hearing the case issued in an order of protection, ordering that Saigon stay away from the woman.

Saigon is currently an artist signed to Just Blaze's Fort Knocks Entertainment and working on his album, The Greatest Story Never Told.

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