Psycho Les Sued Over Alleged Drunken Club Incident

(AllHipHop News) The Beatnuts’ Psycho Les has been hit with a lawsuit by a woman who claims he injured her while trying to pull her on stage during a performance at a popular club in Aspen, Colorado.

The Beatnuts were performing at The Belly Up in the posh ski resort in March of last year when the alleged incident occurred.

The lawsuit, which was filed in Pitkin County Court, claims Les, born Lester Fernandez, attempted to pull Kristin Scharrer on the stage several times during a performance.

A “visibly intoxicated” Les grabbed Scharrer, who tried to resist and up “violently hitting her leg on the sharp edge of the stage’s front,” according to the lawsuit.

Scharrer seeks over $100,000 in damages because she suffered nerve damage and has been permanently scarred because of the incident.

Psycho Les is accused of battery, outrageous conduct and false imprisonment.

The Belly Up is being accused of negligence, inadequate security and over serving Psycho Les.

The Beatnuts are an internationally known Hip-Hop group/production unit.

In addition to launching the career of Big Pun, the group has released over 10 critically acclaimed albums, including classics like Intoxicated Demons: The EP, The Beatnuts: Stone Crazy and Take It or Squeeze It.

As producers they have crafted singles for artists like Fat Joe, Mad Skillz, Common and others.