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General News / April 18, 2020

Woman that accused The Game of sexual assault has been granted ownership of his record label & royalty rights

General News / April 18, 2020

Woman that accused The Game of sexual assault has been granted ownership of his record label & royalty rights

Woman accused The Game of sexual assault on dating show and sued him in 2015 for $7 million, a judge has ruled she now owns the rights to his final album and future royalties.

According to Allhiphop.com a woman that won a trial against LA rapper The Game will take control of his record label ‘LA Prolific’.

Priscilla Rainey was granted “any and all rights, title, and interest” in any money, property or future payments due to the record label, which was set up to release Game’s last album ‘Born 2 Rap’.

Rainey now owns ‘Born 2 Rap’, the record’s royalties and any money that The Game was paying himself through the independent label.

“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.


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According to the judge if The Game attempts to go against the ruling and collect the money he could be ruled to be in contempt of court.

Priscilla Rainey initially sued The Game five years ago after she said he groped her in his reality show “She Got Game”, that aired on VH1 in 2015.

According to Rainey on one of her dates with him that didn’t air, the west coast rapper lifted her skirt and continuously groped her.

The Game denied the accusations, but he subsequently missed a number of court dates and skipped the trial entirely in 2016. This led to the judge awarding Rainey compensation amounting to $7,130,100.

This decision was upheld in October of last year and The Game was ordered to pay the full sum.

Allhiphop.com also stated that all third parties paying The Game are to make their payments to Rainey until the settlement is paid off.

In 2019 The Game responded to the claims saying:

“Everybody got something to say, this, that, I don’t give a fxck 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.”

Click here for the original report.

Photo:  Priscilla Rainey and the Game via BlackSportsOnline

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