In 2015 Priscilla Rainey accused the rapper of groping her multiple times while she was on-set during a Chicago filming of his reality show, She’s Got Game. Rainey claimed that the rapper groped her while cameras weren’t rolling and that he put his hands on her “bare vagina”. Rainey filed a civil lawsuit and Taylor maintained his innocence. But in October of last year, after repeatedly failing to show up for court, the judge set a default judgment in favor of Rainey in the amount of $7 million.
The Game appealed the ruling, but the ruling was recently upheld, giving Ms. Rainey ownership of Taylor’s Prolific music label, and all royalties from his 2019 album, Born 2 Rap, which sold 20k units in it’s first week of release.
According to reports from allhiphop.com, the rapper could face charges if he continues to collect money from the record label or the album.