The woman, who worked as a personal assistant for rapper Soulja Boy, alleged in a lawsuit filed Thursday that the artist sexually abused her, beaten her and held her hostage.
The woman said that she started working for Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way, who was in California in late 2018.
The lawsuit, which was filed in Los Angeles and only identifies the assistant as Jane Doe, says the abuse began when they sent the woman an unwanted photo of her penis, soon after it hit her. Started working for
The suit stated that the pair ended up in a spontaneous relationship, but by January of 2019, they started physically torturing the woman.
And in February, Way sexually assaulted the woman for the first time, the suit said, after which she “expressed remorse” and gave him $ 1,000. Later, “on several occasions, and sometimes twice in the same day, defendants improperly touch the plaintiff’s body, forcefully take off her pants, and rape her,” the suit said.
The way the woman commented on Instagram or the phone call came and responded by throwing her to the floor and kicking her in the rib or hitting her with punches would often lead to jealousy.
“During this abusive relationship, Defender Way directly punched the plaintiff on at least ten separate occasions,” the suit said.
Once, they beat him up saying, “I should have killed you”, according to the suit. He said that after the verbal attack, he would often say, “I didn’t mean that”.
According to the suit, he locked the woman in a room without hot water for three days and tried to leave.
In August last year, “Wight attacked the plaintiff so much that she thought she was about to die” and when she senses outside her home, she runs away.
When she returned a month later to get her luggage, “the way the plaintiff refused to return her luggage and instead used the opportunity to rape the plaintiff again,” the suit alleges.
The suit said that the woman had nothing left as she was not paid the salary paid by Way for 18 months. He alleged that he was not paid $ 500 a week by Way for his duties, which included cleaning, cooking, moving the musician and conducting the itinerary.
“As an employee, and as a person who deserves respect, who has been traumatized and filled with fear,” Nema Rahmani, a lawyer, said in a statement. “His abuse imprisoned him physically, mentally and emotionally. When he had to muster up the courage to run away, he knocked him down. Their exploitation severely impeded the ability to re-establish our client in the workplace and society. We believe that he should be held accountable.
The way in which time was given for the violation of probation earlier stemmed from weapons possession charges in 2019.
Last year, an ex-girlfriend charged with assault and battery and false imprisonment. The case is pending.
Solja Boy rose to fame in 2007 when his debut single “Crank That (Solja Boy)” became a No. 1 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Representatives of Way did not immediately respond to requests for Friday’s comment, but a spokesperson told TMZ, “Solja never lays hands on a woman. She doesn’t hit a woman or lay a hand on a woman … It’s non-understand !!! “