Camaryn Swanson seeks support from friends following her accusation of Tyga of domestic violence.
Camaryn Swanson, Tyga's ex-girlfriend, laughed and smiled with friends Wednesday, despite a terrible shiner on her face, which she alleges is the consequence of violence from the "SWISH" rapper.
The 22-year-old is seen speaking with a girlfriend and cavorting in the arms of a male buddy, just days after Tyga was charged with felony assault in connection with the alleged attack.
Although it is unknown who the male companion with the backwards ball hat is, a smiling Swanson was seen getting scooped up by him while wearing an embellished black hoodie and black leggings.
According to a source, "Camaryn has moved on from Tyga." She is ecstatic to embark on a new chapter of life and resume dating. She has never been happier to be alone and has been socializing with friends."
Swanson told authorities she got her eye injuries Monday while at her ex's house. She reported the incident to the Los Angeles Police Department, which observed "visible marks" on her and took a report for felony domestic abuse.
According to TMZ, the influencer came up at Tyga's house against his desires around 3 a.m. Monday morning, while appearing to be intoxicated. Swanson asserts that the alleged domestic violence event occurred after she was admitted to his home.
She also denied TMZ's assertion that she arrived uninvited and yelling, writing on Instagram, "I did not arrive'screaming' or uninvited." When I attempted to leave, he assaulted me physically and refused to let me leave for hours."
"I'm so humiliated and ashamed that it's come to this," Swanson wrote beside the first photographs of injuries allegedly inflicted by Tyga — actual name Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson.
By Tuesday afternoon, the "Taste" rapper, 31, had surrendered to authorities and been detained on a felony domestic abuse charge. He was released later that day after paying $50,000 bail.
"The claims you've been reading about our client over the last few days are untrue and will be proven false," the rapper's representative, Jack Ketsoyan, said in a statement on Wednesday.