As the Internet buzzes about the video that appears to show Solange Knowles attacking Jay Z in an elevator after the 2014 Met Gala, reports have surfaced that it isn't the only bizarre incident involving Beyoncé's younger sister.
The shocking clip, which was recorded on May 5th at the Standard Hotel after the gala, shows four people, who are presumed to be Beyoncé, Jay Z, Solange and a bodyguard, entering the elevator before the aggravated woman, who is alleged to be Solange, begins yelling at the gentleman in white (purportedly Jay Z) before launching into an attack.
By some accounts, the video which TMZ published Monday, is the latest episode of erratic behavior involving the 27-year-old singer.
A source tells E! News the "Losing You" singer argued with a fashion designer the same night as the attack drama.
"Solange and Rachel Roy got into an argument prior to the elevator incident," the source said.
Although she did leave one pic up of herself happily posing with Beyoncé and a friend from 15 months ago with the caption "Girls moment."
In August of 2013, she canceled her European tour dates citing "mental and physical health."
"I wish I could put in words how much of a difficult decision this was," Knowles wrote in a statement on her website.
"But between moving part time to a new city, starting my son in a new school and writing/recording my new record…I really had to make the best decision for my mental/physical health and provide some stability for my family."
In February of 2009, Knowles was rushed to the hospital after fainting at an airport on her way home from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. She was treated for dehydration and low blood pressure.
"Woke up to 8 random people over me, laid out on the floor in baggage claim!" Knowles tweeted.
She said she started to feel loopy when she tried to get some sleep on the flight by downing cough medicine. "I took a nyquil and i think maybe im getting high off it because im not sleeping," she wrote, adding later, "everythings movvvvviinnngg slooooowww, lol."