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Taylor claimed that Smith punched her at 9:30 p.m. while the two were at the Pretty Lou Benefit Concert. She later posted photos of herself with a black eye in a since-deleted Instagram post.
"This arrest demonstrates how serious this matter is, it is real life and not reality TV entertainment," Taylor's attorney, Sanford Rubenstein, said in a statement to E! News around the time of Smith's arrest. "The victim Brittney Taylor has confidence in our system of justice and will continue to fully cooperate with the authorities."
Smith's attorney, Dawn Florio, told TMZ Taylor's claims are false, adding that there is video evidence showing Smith was at home at the time Taylor said she was assaulted.
But the incident could cause issues for his client, as she has three months left of parole following her imprisonment for a 2007 shooting.
Smith was sentenced to prison in 2008 after she got into an altercation with a former friend, Makeda Barnes-Joseph, in July 2007.
The Associated Press reported Smith was celebrating her birthday and accused Barnes-Joseph of stealing $3,000 from her purse. An altercation followed, and Smith shot Barnes-Joseph in the stomach. Smith argued the gun went off by accident in the fight.
Smith was convicted of illegal weapon possession, assault and attempted coercion and sentenced to eight years behind bars, but she only served six. She has been on parole since being released from prison in 2014.
The new allegations, Florio told TMZ, mean Smith has to wear an ankle monitor. She also has an earlier curfew, which TMZ reported is 8 p.m. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Josh Hanshaft also ordered Smith to stay away from Taylor, the AP reported.
Smith is due back in court May 24.