Judge seized The Game’s record label and royalties, his sexual assault accuser is now the owner of all his royalty and record label rights.

In the past years The Game was involved in a major sexual assault lawsuit.

A woman named Priscilla Rainey accused The Game of sexually assaulting her on his reality show “She’s got game” that aired oN VH1 in 2015.

Rainey stated that during one of her dates with him that didn’t air, The Game lifted her skirt and continuously groped her. 

She also stated that he rubbed on her private parts repeatedly without consent.

Last year The Game lost the lawsuit and was ordered to pay $7 million dollars to Rainey.

According to an exclusive report by AllHipHop, The Game has reportedly not been been making his payments, and the judge seized his assets, and his earnings are now directly going to Priscilla.

It’s reported that Rainey has gotten “any and all rights, title, and interest” from this day forward. She’s to collect all profits from his royalties and his label, Prolific Records. 

According to AHH:

Rainey is now the owner of now Born 2 Rap, the royalties from the record, and even any salary Game may have been paying himself through LA Prolific,

The outlet also reports that all third parties that are paying The Game are ordered to make their checks payable to Rainey until the settlement is paid off.

Last year the game commented on this lawsuit stating:

“Everybody got something to say, this, that, I don’t give a f-ck about none of that. I been The Game my whole career, I ain’t deterred. I been shot at, stabbed, fought, n*ggas suing me. Today I read on the internet they said I lost seven million. Sh*t, what Imma do now? Is Popeyes hiring?! Seven million, he must be broke! In this mothaf*ckin Burberry tracksuit? Who give a f*ck about that. F*ck a b*tch that’s suing.”

According to Judge Phillips, the judge presiding over the case, this may turn into a criminal case for The Game he he attempts to go against the judges orders and collect payments from the label and royalties.

The game had denied all assault claims, but continuously missed his court dates, and Rainey, who didn’t miss any court dates, was victorious in most of her claims in court. 


         
Updated: July 16, 2020 — 2:58 am

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