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American rapper ‘The Game’ charged of blowing off $7m lawsuit court hearing

The Game has reportedly disregarded another court hearing related to his alleged sexual assault, and it’s going to cost him.

According to documents obtained by Radar Online, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge granted a motion filed by accuser Priscilla Rainey to seize the California rapper’s profits from Cameo, a website that allows celebrities to turn a profit by making custom videos for fans.

Rainey’s motion states The Game has made around $20,000 on Cameo from October 29, 2020 to January 28, 2021, with financial records confirming he indeed transferred $19,000 from the site. The statement shows the 42-year-old made multiple videos a day and would even clear over a grand some days.

“The Judgment Debtor apparently created a new company account to deposit his income in what appears to be a concerted attempt to hinder or delay Plaintiff’s judgment enforcement efforts,” Rainey’s attorney said.

Source: Hiphopdx.com

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American rapper ‘The Game’ charged of blowing off $7m lawsuit court hearing

The Game has reportedly disregarded another court hearing related to his alleged sexual assault, and it’s going to cost him.

According to documents obtained by Radar Online, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge granted a motion filed by accuser Priscilla Rainey to seize the California rapper’s profits from Cameo, a website that allows celebrities to turn a profit by making custom videos for fans.

Rainey’s motion states The Game has made around $20,000 on Cameo from October 29, 2020 to January 28, 2021, with financial records confirming he indeed transferred $19,000 from the site. The statement shows the 42-year-old made multiple videos a day and would even clear over a grand some days.

“The Judgment Debtor apparently created a new company account to deposit his income in what appears to be a concerted attempt to hinder or delay Plaintiff’s judgment enforcement efforts,” Rainey’s attorney said.

Source: Hiphopdx.com

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