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The Game No-Shows In Court, Judge Approves Seizure Of Cameo Profits To Pay Down $7 Million Debt To Alleged Assault Victim

According to court records, he has prospered on the website where customers may pay celebrities for personalized films, often earning more than $1,000 each day.

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According to Radar Online, rapper The Game recently missed another court appearance in their continuing legal dispute with Priscilla Rainey, the woman who has accused him of sexual assault. And according to that same report, court documents reveal that the judge also approved a motion filed by Rainey to seize profits The Game has made from the celebrity video platform Cameo in order to pay down some of the more than $7 million he owes her.

After filing a civil lawsuit against The Game in 2019, Rainey received a $7 million judgment against him for allegedly assaulting her on the set of his VH1 reality show “She’s Got Game” three years prior. The Game has evidently been slow to pay off the judgment, and documents show that the owed sum has continued to balloon with interest – he reportedly still owes $7,375,551.25 to Rainey, having already paid $293,902.29.

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According to court records, he has prospered on the website where customers may pay celebrities for personalized films, often earning more than $1,000 each day. In total, the court records reveal earnings from Cameo between October 2020 and January 2021 of around $20,000. Additionally, according to her lawyer, Rainey’s motion argues that The Game established a new company called F12 & Associates, LLC especially to “hinder or delay Plaintiff’s judgment enforcement attempts.”

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The Game has been issued a warning by the court if he doesn’t pay the remaining balance of the judgment in a timely manner: “Failure by Defendant to comply with this Order may subject him to contempt of Court proceedings,” which could result in jail time. The court has also granted the motion to seize that income.

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