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Rich the Kid Sued by Lawyer Who Claims He Leaked Her Cell Phone Number on Social Media

Rich the Kid picked the wrong woman to mess with on social media because she’s now filed a lawsuit against the popular rapper after she claims he ruined her life by posting her phone number online.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Maro Burunsuzyan claims she represented a client in a lawsuit against Rich the Kid earlier this year. The lawsuit was over him allegedly not paying rent on a home in Los Angeles and also allegedly causing damage to the home.

Burunsuzyan filed the lawsuit on January 14 and one later, she claims the real estate broker called her saying Rich the Kid wished to speak with her. She says the broker asked for her permission to pass along her cell phone number and she agreed.

In the lawsuit, Burunsuzyan says she received a call from Rich the Kid but he hung up on very early in the conversation. She claims he texted her shortly after and she responded by asking how he planned to pay for the past due rent and alleged damage done to the home.

She claims he responded by saying his record label would pay and that he didn’t know why she contacted him at all because he didn’t “have the money to pay it anyways lol.”

Burunsuzyan claims she responded by saying, “Then we are done communicating.” He quickly shot back “oh really?”

Later in the day, Burunsuzyan claims she began receiving phone call after phone call from people asking to speak with Rich the Kid. She claims the calls came in so fast, she could not even use her phone to make a single call, rendering it “wholly unusable.”

She later came to find out that Rich the Kid had tweeted her phone number with the message saying “Valentines call me.” The tweet in question appears to have been deleted.

Burunsuzyan claims that to this day, she still receives calls and texts asking to speak with Rich the Kid.

She is suing for invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress. She is seeking unspecified damages.