On Thursday, the United States Court of Appeals supported the choice of the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division to deny The Game’s intrigue for a retrial from his 2015 sexual battery claim. This implies the Compton emcee should pay $7.1 million in harms all things considered.
In 2015, a claim was documented against The Game by a VH1 unscripted TV drama, She’s Got Game, candidate Priscilla Rainey. She asserted that off-air, The Game, whose legitimate name is Jayceon Taylor, had gotten high and “powerfully inserted his hand inside her dress to rub her uncovered vagina and buttocks”. Rainey initially sued Taylor, for $10 million however in 2016, a jury settled that Taylor pay $7.1 million to Rainey in harms.
Taylor had been uncooperative during the trial causing him to not take preliminary actions such as not reacting to Rainey’s claim and losing the case in view of his inability to come to court. In 2018, a warrant was put out for his arrest for neglecting to surrender monetary reports in connection to the case. Be that as it may, Taylor had the option to keep away from prison time by turning in the records.
In July, it was accounted for that the judge directing the case decided that Rainey could hold onto the majority of Taylor’s royalties until the $7 million was satisfied. This comes after he had been attempting to abstain from paying Rainey the $7 million, she had won in harms. This incorporates any cash from his record deal also.