The model and entrepreneur who accused The Game of "forcefully" rubbing her bare private area during the filming of his dating show, "She's Got Game," has filed a new lawsuit, claiming the rapper created shell companies to avoid paying her.
Priscilla Rainey, who previously sued the rapper in 2015 and was awarded a $7 million judgment, filed new court docs outlining how the 41-year-old has gone worked tirelessly to hide his income. Rainey has only received $258,058 so far.
The suit says The Game's manager, Cash M. Jones, is helping him hide his assets from the victim. Jones owns a record label named 5th Amendment Entertainment, which received $905k owed to hip-hop star. He has also been placed on the deed of The Game's California mansion and makes payments on his behalf. Rainey claims that The Game oversees an LLC named JTT Holdings that received $342k from Jones' record label in 2019.
In addition, Jones has the rights to his client's royalties and trademark, a move authorized by The Game to further protect his funds from Rainey.
Rainey seeks the remaining money from the original judgment plus another $2.8 million that she claims The Game and Jones have transferred between bank accounts in her new lawsuit.
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