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The Game to Pay $ 7 Million to Sexual Assault Accuser: Judge Okays Property & Company Assets to Pay Suit

The Game. Photo/Instagram

Priscilla Rainey accused the rapper The Game, legally known as Jayceon Taylor, of sexually violating her when she was a cast member on his show, "She's Got Game," in 2015. Rainey claims she and Game were off-camera and on a date in the Chicago area when the Los Angeles rapper allegedly stuck his hand up her dress and rubbed her butt and vagina in front of others. 

Priscilla Rainey. Photo/Instagram

According to legal documents, the courts ruled in Priscilla's favor, awarding her $7,130,100.00 in damages. Although The Game requested a new trial, it was denied. The former show contestant has reportedly received little compensation from the judgment. Rainey reportedly filed a second lawsuit in 2021 due to a lack of payment from the entertainer. It's rumored that she has received $$258,058 of the money. Rainey reportedly reappeared in court in December 2023, along with The Game's manager, Wack 100. Rainey's attorneys went after the musician's shell companies and properties, alleging that he transferred his "shell companies" and property to Wack 100 to avoid paying the $7 million judgment to the former reality show cast member. 

According to court documents obtained by, "a trial went down on December 13 where Rainey and Wack testified. The Game did not respond to the lawsuit. In the end, the court sided with Rainey. It ordered that JTT Holdings and The Game are "declared alter egos of each other and liable for Rainey's judgment against [The Game]," despite the company being transferred to his manager and business partner. Rainey also asks that the property be sold off, that an injunction be placed against The Game and Wack from selling off any other property until the judgment is satisfied, and that the rapper's trademark be voided, according to Radar Online.

RO also reported that the alleged victim hired a private investigator in 2022 to look into his personal assets. The Game, who deemed the ruling unfair, has publicly stated he has no intentions of paying Rainey, calling her a "Waffle House Roach." After the judgment was initially awarded, she trolled the rapper online, stating, "How do I put this? You, work for me, now." She also taunted him on the Thisis50 podcast, "And I'm saying this to him, you are giving me $10 million (expletive) dollars!

The Game has not made any recent comments regarding the civil suit at this time. To follow this story and other news, click the link to become a Volume 82 site member.





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