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Rapper The Game Says Sexual Assault Accuser Won’t See A Dime Of $7 Million Judgment

By Ryan Naumann

Rapper The Game is refusing to pay up on the $7 million owed to his alleged sexual assault accuser Priscilla Rainey.

The Shade Room captured a defiant message The Game wrote to Rainey on social media saying she won’t be seeing a dime from him. He wrote, “People out here dying from the rona… n blogs out here creating false narratives for this Waffle House roach who doing anything her thirsty a-s can to try n take money from me.”

He said, “I’m enjoying retirement !! Y’all been saying she got 7 million for 7 years & yet here I am, laid up tipsy off my 5th quarantine watching Tiger King lol….. they’ll find Carol Baskin’s husband before she ever get a penny from under my car seat.” He then flashed a ton of stacks of cash saying he was headed to deposit it in the bank.

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As The Blast first reported, a federal judge recently ordered The Game’s royalties to be seized. The order states all music income from his new label Proflic Records is to be paid to Rainey until the $7 million was paid off.The order states, “Any and all rights, title, and interest of Defendant in any money, property, or payments due to Defendant from LA Prolific, in the form of, among other things, commission, royalties, contract receivables, deferred compensation, income, wages, payroll, salary, and accounts receivable. Failure by Defendant to comply with this Order may subject him to contempt of Court proceedings.


Back in 2015, Rainey sued The Game accusing him of sexual assault during production of his VH1 reality dating show “She’s Got Game.”

In the suit, Rainey said the rapper forcefully reached his hand inside her dress and rubbed her bare vagina and buttocks during filming. A jury awarded her $7 million in damages following a trial.

Rainey has had to get creative in her attempt to collect on her money. Last year, a judge signed off on her seizing money paid to The Game from eOne and Sound Exchange.

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