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Judge Orders The Game to Be Arrested at His Own Concert

By TheBlast Staff

A judge has ordered The Game to be arrested immediately after he blew off a court order once again, and the judge wants federal marshals to get him tonight at his own concert.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the judge lifted the stay of the bench warrant, ordering the U.S. Marshal to effectuate the arrest of The Game.

The judge says the rapper is currently in Oregon and will be performing in Portland tonight.

The Game court document


8:15 AM PT — The Game's lawyer has responded to the judge, saying he has not been able to file the documents needed because of "technical issues." He is asking the warrant be quashed. Stay tuned ...

Earlier this month, the judge found The Game in contempt of court for failing to appear in court. The rapper had been ordered to be in court, but he tried to claim he was too busy.

The Game previously filed court docs saying he had contractual obligations during October, including the final stretch of "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live."

Game claimed to have been trying to get all his financial information to turn over to Priscilla Rainey after he had been ordered to do. He asked the judge to allow his lawyer to represent him during the hearing.

The judge wasn’t impressed and instead found the rapper in contempt and issued a bench warrant for his arrest.

Priscilla Rainey was a contestant on The Game’s VH1 reality show “She’s Got Game.” In her 2015 lawsuit, she claimed that during production, the rapper sexually assaulted her by forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks. A jury awarded her $7 million in damages.

Rainey has accused The Game of refusing to turn over financial docs and at one point demanded he be found in contempt. She claimed he has yet to pay a dime on the judgment.

The rapper demanded a new trial saying the judgment was too high but the judge recently shut him down saying the evidence proved Rainey’s case to the jury.

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