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The Game Accused of Dodging $7M Lawsuit, Once Again



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The Game ignored another court hearing connected to his alleged sexual assault case. Currently, he is in hot water for it. 

The Game’s Cameo Profits

According to Radar Online, court documents indicate that a Los Angeles Superior Court judge granted motion by victim Priscilla Rainey. The motion aims to take profits that Game earned on the website, Cameo. 

The Game makes some great money on Cameo. Cameo is a website that allows celebrities to make custom videos for fans. In return, these celebrities make a profit. In Game’s case, he makes some racks from it. 

Rainey’s motion indicates that the LA rapper made $20K on Cameo between October 29, 2020, and January 28, 2021. Financial records show that he transferred $19K from the site. Radar also says that statements show that The Game filmed numerous videos per day. As a result, he made over $1K on certain days. 

Rainey claims that the money The Game accumulated went to a new company he created. The company is named F12 & Associates, LLC.

“The Judgment Debtor apparently created a new company account to deposit his income in what appears to be a concerted attempt to hinder or delay Plaintiff’s judgment enforcement efforts,” her attorney says.

Owing His Alleged Victim Money

Priscilla Rainey requested that the court allow her to take the funds The Game earns from Cameo in the future. She says that he hasn’t paid the $7M he owes her. 

Luckily for her, she was awarded the judgment. The award comes as part of a civil trial where she accuses The Game of sexually assaulting her. According to the trial, the assault happened in 2016 on the set of his reality dating show She Got Game. Rainey says that the rapper showed up to his date, high off of multiple substances. Afterward, he allegedly touched her. Documents say that he was “forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks.”

The Game denies Rainey’s accusations and refused to pay the judgment. Therefore, the judge warned him saying, “Failure by Defendant to comply with this Order may subject him to contempt of Court proceedings.” 

Written by Amber Alexander

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Amber Nofetari Alexander is an Associate Editor and Social Media Editor for FM Hip Hop. She's originally from Brooklyn, NYC with a knack for Black culture, music, women's issues, and fashion. She's also a social media junkie and avid jewelry collector. Amber's work has also been published on The Fader, Sister 2 Sister, and News Onyx.

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