The Game Encounters Legal Complications Amid Ongoing Lawsuits, Accuser Wins Second Case
In a recent turn of events, The Game finds himself entangled in the complexities of a second lawsuit filed against him by Priscilla Rainey, a former contestant on his 2015 reality TV show, She's Got Game. The legal saga originated in 2016 when Rainey accused the rapper of se*ual assault, alleging an incident during a date where he touched her without consent.
The initial lawsuit resulted in a default judgment of $7.1 million against The Game, as he failed to appear for scheduled court hearings. Fast forward to 2021, Rainey initiated another legal battle, asserting that the rapper established various shell companies to evade compliance with the initial ruling and conceal assets. Recent reports indicate that the court has ruled in favor of Rainey, demanding The Game to provide a full account of the outstanding payment.
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Rainey, not stopping at financial claims, also alleged that The Game relinquished his managerial role at JTT Holdings, passing it on to his manager, Wack 100. Additionally, she claimed that the rapper strategically divested ownership of his Los Angeles property to downplay his assets. The second victorious lawsuit highlighted Rainey receiving only $500,000 of the initially decreed amount, prompting her to seek legal action to seize the remaining sum.
Recent court proceedings on December 13 featured testimonies from both Rainey and Wack, with the latter asserting that The Game transferred his Los Angeles house due to a personal debt. However, the court sided with Rainey, establishing the California MC's obligation to fulfill payments. This decision opens avenues for Rainey to file a lien against The Game's Los Angeles home or facilitate its sale, now that it reportedly falls under his legal ownership and is part of his seizable assets.
As The Game grapples with these legal setbacks, the repercussions of financial maneuvering and strategic divestitures unfold, marking a critical chapter in the ongoing legal battles surrounding the acclaimed rapper.