The Game was found guilty of sexual assault and has been ordered to pay Priscilla Rainey, a former contestant on his game show, $7.13 million.
After it was revealed yesterday that a jury found The Game guilty of sexually assaulting Priscilla Rainey, who was a contestant on his 2015 “Bachelor”-esque reality show, TMZ now reports that the judge has ordered the Compton rapper to pay Rainey $7.13 million. Her lawsuit, in which she cited “physical, psychological, and emotional damages,” had originally been for $10 million.
The assault allegedly took place some time during the filming of the show at a bar in Illinois when The Game was highly intoxicated. She said he made inappropriate contact with her multiple times throughout the night, and claimed that, at one point, he “forcefully reach[ed] his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks.”
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The Game maintained his innocence throughout the trial, and according to TMZ, he plans to appeal the judge’s $7 million decision.