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The new system has already helped Lil Scrappy stay clear of a potential fight. “Scrappy and a new cast member named Erica Pinkett had to be separated by the new security force after she threw wine in his face during a dinner this week,” an insider close to production told TMZ.
Sources say cast-on-cast violence isn’t the only reason for the change. “It’s also civilians trying to attack stars,” the insider revealed. And as one cast member put it, “That s*** gets ratchet and now the bodyguards shutting that s*** down.”