The Game has decided to miss once again the hearing of the lawsuit which is brought to him and this time, it will cost him dearly.
Recall of facts
In 2016, Rainey sued The Game, accusing him of sexual assault on the set of his VH1 reality TV show , She’s Got Game . She claimed The Game arrived on a date totally stoned and ” forced his hand into her dress to rub her vagina and bare butt” during dinner.
The Game continued to deny all of the allegations against him and called Rainey a “thirsty Gatorade mascot of a transvestite,” but Rainey confronted him about it on camera. Ultimately, in November 2016, a jury awarded Rainey $ 1.13 million in compensatory damages and an additional $ 6 million in punitive damages.
“Taylor didn’t take the problem seriously,” writes circuit judge TK Sykes, summing up the background to the case. ” He evaded the process,” Rainey trolled on social media, dodged a settlement conference, and didn’t bother to show up for trial. His lawyer requested an extension, but the judge rejected the request, seeing the excuse offered by Taylor as an elaborate ruse. “
The Game initially appealed the decision, but the appeals court upheld the decision, ruling that it did not deserve a new trial and calling the rapper’s behavior ” deeply reprehensible”.
The Game is dilatory, Rainey tightens the noose
According to documents obtained by Radar Online, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge has been in favor of a motion filed by Priscilla Rainey to take over the rapper’s profits from the Cameo site .
This is a website that allows celebrities to make a profit by making personalized videos for fans. The complaint states that The Game made around $ 20,000 from Cameo between October 29, 2020 and January 28, 2021. Financial documents confirmed that the California rapper did transfer $ 19,000 from the site.
The record shows the 42-year-old was making multiple videos a day and on some days making more than $ 1,000, and according to Rainey’s lawyer The Game had tried to delay or hinder enforcement efforts. of Rainey’s judgment by creating a new company account to deposit his Cameo income.
“The debtor has apparently created a new corporate account to deposit his income in what appears to be a concerted attempt to hinder or delay the plaintiff’s judgment enforcement efforts, ” he said.
The judgment was handed down in favor of Rainey.