*The Game’s manager, Wack 100, has responded to the news that the hip-hop star lost his record label and his album “Born to Rap” in a lawsuit tied to a sexual assault case.
According to court documents obtained by AllHipHop, The Game’s sexual assault accuser, Priscilla Rainey has been granted ownership of his independent record label Prolific Records, as well as royalties from his latest album.
Rainey can now collect any money he has coming in through his label, which was launched late last year.
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We previously reported… back in October, The Game lost his appeal against an earlier verdict in which he was ordered to Rainey $7 million in damages.
She won the judgment when he failed to show up to court for hearings in 2015. In her lawsuit, she claimed he sexually harassed her during the taping of the VH1 reality show “She Got Game.” Rainey had agreed to go on a date with the rapper, believing it would be on camera; however, when she met him at a Chicago restaurant, there was no production crew.
The lawsuit alleged The Game showed up “highly intoxicated on alcohol and drugs (which was typical), and sexually assaulted plaintiff on several occasions that night. This included him forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks.”
Per the documents (via Complex):
Any and all rights, title, and interest of Defendant in any money, property, or payments due to Defendant from LA Prolific, in the form of, among other things, commission, royalties, contract receivables, deferred compensation, income, wages, payroll, salary, and accounts receivable. Failure by Defendant to comply with this Order may subject him to contempt of Court proceedings.
It’s further ordered that all third parties who receive notice of this Order are directed to pay any and all money or property due, or to become due, under this Order, directly to Plaintiff either: (1) by check payable to “Priscilla Rainey,” and delivered to Plaintiff’s counsel … until and to the extent necessary to pay the Judgement in full.
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Wack 100, responded to this latest twist in the case on Instagram, writing “Last time I checked #Wack 100 owned all royalties to born to Rap. And I don’t owe the bitch a dime,” he wrote. “When the #CDC # has their # who knows maybe I might lose in a dice game one day … But as of right now Today it’ll be right here in my little ole portfolio.”
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Last time I checked #Wack?owned all royalties to born to Rap . ??♂️??♂️??♂️??♂️??♂️ And I don’t owe the bitch a dime … When the #CDC # has their # ?? who knows maybe I might lose in a dice game one day … But as of right now Today it’ll be right here in my little ole profolio