LITHONIA , Ga., March 11 (UPI) -- Angie Stone was arrested Monday in Lithonia, Ga., after she allegedly assaulted her 30-year-old daughter.
Police said that the 53-year-old R&B singer hit her daughter, Diamond, with a metal stand and knocked out her two front teeth.
Diamond told officers that the altercation started when Stone complained that Diamond's children were "running around the house half naked."
Stone told police that Diamond punched her in the face, so she picked up the metal stand to defend herself.
Both women were questioned by DeKalb County Police, though Diamond was released without charge. Stone was booked and charged with domestic aggravated assault.
Stone, a three-time Grammy nominee, is best known for songs like "Wish I Didn't Miss You" and "No More Rain." Early in her career she fronted all-female rap group The Sequence, the trio behind the heavily sampled track, "Funk You Up."