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The Game Ordered to Turn Over Financial Docs to Sexual Assault Accuser Looking to Collect Her $7 Million

The Game has been ordered to turn over financial records to the woman who is trying to collect her $7 million judgment against the rapper as part of her attempt to finally get paid.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Game has until the end of the month to produce documents showing all his real estate, cars, boats, aircrafts, etc.

He also has to turn over all information on artistic works he owns, all income he has earned since 2014, all expenses he made over $5,000 since 2014 and details on any businesses he has a stake in.

As The Blast first reported, Priscilla Rainey — who won a $7 million judgment against Game after she claimed he assaulted her on the set of a reality show — filed documents earlier this year accusing him of diverting millions of dollars in income to avoid having to pay.

In her 2015 lawsuit, Rainey claimed that during the production of “She Got Game,” the rapper sexually assaulted her by forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks.

The Game filed a motion for a new trial, claiming the judgment was too high and there wasn’t enough evidence to support the massive $7 million verdict. A judge recently shut down the motion and denied his motion for a new trial. He ripped apart the rapper in his order, saying the jury’s verdict was well-supported by the evidence.

Rainey claims he has yet to pay a dime on the judgment.