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A member of 50 Cent‘s security team was arrested for attacking several members of the press that were gathered outside his Cophenhagen hotel, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

Michael Klausen of the Copenhagen Police Department told RadarOnline.com, “A man has been charged with assaulting two photographers. We don’t release the name of the person involved, but it’s my understanding he works for 50 Cent.

Nikoloj Vraa, editor-in-chief for MSN Star Lounge, spoke exclusively to RadarOnline.com and described being one of the victim’s of the attack.

“I feared for my life,” he said, explaining that he was waiting outside 50’s Skt. Petri Hotel with about “five or six members of the press.”

They were waiting for 50 to depart for his concert performance in Copenhagen when all hell broke loose.

“One of 50 Cent’s bodyguards came out and told us to leave,” Vraar told RadarOnline.com “The next thing I knew, he grabs my throat and tried to strangle me. He cut off my airway, and I couldn’t breathe. He took my camera and deleted photos.

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“Hotel security came out and told us to call the police and that is what we did. I think the bodyguard attacked at least 2 other people. The bodyguard was arrested and I was told by the police that he was going to be charged with assault, threats and robbery.”

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Vraar went to a hospital in Copenhagen, where he was checked for his injuries. He told RadarOnline.com from the hospital that his next stop was the police station. “I will be going straight to the police station and complete whatever paperwork is necessary,” Vraar told RadarOnline.com. “Earlier in the day this bodyguard told us that ‘Danish law doesn’t apply to us here because we are Americans.'”

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