A court judge Virginia A. Phillips has ruled in favor of a woman by name Priscilla Rainey, granting her ownership to the games record label and his last studio album ‘Born 2 Rap.’ She is now entitled to “any and all rights, title, and interest” in any money, property or future payments.
Back in 2015, Rainey claimed that the rapper sexually assaulted her on the set of The Game’s VH1 show She’s Got Game.
He was sued for $10 million over it and failed to appear in court. As a result, he was ordered to pay her $7.13 million in damages, despite multiple appeals. The Game failed to meet the courts ruling addressing the incident during a live performance.
“Everybody got something to say, this that. I don’t give a f*ck about none of that. I’ve been in the game my whole career, I ain’t deterred, I’m me!” he started his rant. “Today I read on the internet, n*gga they say I lost 7 million, sh*t! what I’mma do now, is Popeyes hiring?, F*ck a b*tch that’s suing.”
“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 the judgment is satisfied in full,” Judge Virginia A. Phillips stated.
If The Game denies her anything she is entitled to, he’ll be charged with contempt of court says judge Phillips.
Source: Guardian NG