NEW YORK - CHARGES are being filed against several bouncers at an Atlantic City, New Jersey, nightclub co-owned by hip-hop star Jay-Z, say police, after a beating of two patrons was video-taped on Saturday.
According to media reports on Wednesday, the video was taken by a DJ who had finished performing at the 40/40 Club.
The video reportedly shows nine security guards in a parking lot kicking and punching two men as one of them yells for them to stop.
Although police said the two men were also charged with disorderly conduct inside the venue, one of the men told The Associated Press they did nothing wrong.
However, the police have also said that they plan to charge several bouncers, and are reviewing the video to try to identify the individuals involved, reported news.com.au.