Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend Tyga is entangled in a legal battle with a woman who has accused the rapper of sexual battery, Radar Online reported. The 25-year-old reportedly offered to pay the woman $50,000 to settle the case and not disclose the matter.
According to court documents, cited by Radar Online, model Allison Brown filed a lawsuit against Tyga and his record label in September 2013 alleging that he “coerced young and impressionable under-age women to pose nude” at a Los Angeles video shoot for his song, “Make It Nasty.” The lawsuit was reportedly settled in December 2014, but details of the settlement have now been revealed in new court documents, according to Radar Online.
According to the latest court documents, Brown claimed that she received only part of the settlement amount after the legal papers were signed earlier this year.
According to Radar Online, it was unclear if Tyga’s 17-year-old girlfriend was aware of the sexual battery case.
Brown claimed in her initial lawsuit that she was “invited to the location of a music video -- a large mansion in the Hollywood Hills -- where she, and a group of similarly situated women [were] served unlimited amounts of alcohol,” according to Radar Online, adding that “the director and the crew members encourage the victim to remove her clothing. Still under the influence of alcohol, the victim is successfully pressured to remove her clothing contingent on the promise that her intimate areas will be ‘edited out'.”
“Defendant Tyga, shirtless, was the centerpiece of the scene, where girls were asked to dance in a sexually suggestive manner on and around him while Tyga’s song ‘Make It Nasty’ was played as background music and Ms. Brown was told to dance with the music,” the complaint reportedly states.
Brown reportedly sought damages for “sexual battery, misappropriation of likeness, invasion of privacy, fraud and deceit, negligent misrepresentation, unfair business practices, intentional infliction of emotional distress.”