Dan Bilzerian is a bearded, middle-aged trust fund brat who has used his daddy's millions to live out every juvenile male fantasy available. He's also become the king of Instagram after he started documenting his lifestyle on social media site> He is now followed by 5.6 million people.
Naturally, Bilzerian was in town this past weekend to party during Art Basel, but ended up getting banned from LIV after apparently kicking a woman in the head.
According to TMZ, Bilzerian was up on stage at LIV on Saturday night and tried to bring a girl up on stage with him. Apparently there was a mad swarm, and Bilzerian ended up kicking another woman in the face. The Daily Mail says the woman was left with a swollen and bloody eye but didn't chose to press charges. However, she may take civil action and file a lawsuit.
Bilzerian left the club before police arrived, but apparently he'll never be allowed back in LIV again. He was banned from the Miami Beach mega-club.
Bilzerian has previously made headlines this year after he was filmed throwing an 18-year-old porn star off of a roof and into a pool. The model, Janice Griffith, and sued for $85,000 because she was unable to work while recovering from the incident.
Before Bilzerian's bashing incident on Saturday, he had spent his time in Miami hanging out with Miley Cyrus and a bunch of random women on a boat.
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