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The Game’s Accuser Wins Big in Sexual Assault Case, Relates to $7M Judgment

The woman who accused the rapper of sexual assault will be able to collect large judgement.

THe Game posing with a chain, Priscilla Rainey posing in yellow set
Priscilla Rainey participated in The Game’s reality television show, “She’s Got Game,” during which the alleged assault occurred.

Priscilla Rainey, the woman who accused The Game of sexual assault, is one step closer to collecting the $7 Million judgment she’s owed.


In court documents filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, Rainey accused the rapper of creating shell companies to avoid paying the judgment. She also alleges The Game, real name Jaceyon Taylor, stepped down as manager of JTT Holdings and transferred the company to Wack 100, real name Cash Jones. This prevented Rainey from securing Taylor’s property to pay off the judgment.


Rainey claims that Taylor was paid $905,000 from 5th Amendment, dating back to 2017. She also believes he was paid through JTT Holdings, saying the company sent her $342,000 in 2019.



During the trial Jones testified that Taylor transferred the company to him to help with a debt. The judge didn’t believe Jones’ claims and sided with Rainey. As a result, Rainey can choose to put a lien against Taylor’s home, which he attempted to transfer to Jones as well. 


The judge ultimately voided that transaction, allowing for the possible lien to satisfy the $7 million judgment.


Rainey filed the suit in 2021 with the claims about Taylor's alleged shell companies. She attempted to serve the Compton-born rapper with the court documents relating to the suit, but that proved hard to do. Rainey later hired a private investigator to help with the process of serving Taylor.


A filing read:


“On Friday, July 29, 2022, surveillance was conducted on the residence from 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., at which time Taylor was followed to his vehicle to an office building in Encino. Personal service was announced and attempted as Taylor entered the building, however, he refused to take possession.”

The filing also notes that Rainey had attempted to serve Taylor at least six times between October 15, 2021 and November 3, 2021.



In her 2015 lawsuit, Rainey alleged that The Game sexually assaulted her repeatedly during the filming of his reality show, “She’s Got Game.” She would only receive a part of the judgment, which she claims only totaled $500,000.


Neither Taylor or Rainey have publicly commented on the update of the case.

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