Photographer Charges Odd Future’s Left Brain After All

By Lora Neng
WWW.STREETGANGS.COM STAFF WRITER
November 11, 2011

Amy Harris said that she would not press charges against Vyron “Left Brain” Turner when the Odd Future rapper is said to have hit the photographer on the head and broken her camera during a concert performance at the Voodoo Festival, New Orleans, last month. After some residual happenings, Harris seems to have changed her mind. MTV reports that Harris had received email threats regarding the incident, which prompted her to file a police report.

“The unexpected turn of events, including an attack by Odd Future on my credibility and motives for discussing the incident, have caused me to re-evaluated my initial decision,” quotes AllHipHop of Harris.

The band’s spokesperson explained differently to Pitchfork. “There simply is no truth to the accusation floating around the internet. It’s no secret that Odd Future has a love/hate relationship with photographers at shows simply because sometimes they are given access the group wishes their fans would have instead. After telling the photographers to clear out multiple times (as they’ve done before) Vyron (Leftbrain) took a swipe at a few cameras, NOT people. To manipulate the situation to insinuate an attack on a woman specifically is careless and manipulative.”

The photo above was taken by Amy Harris at the Louisiana festival. A misdemeanor could land Turner up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000.

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