Tyga Faces Another Lawsuit Behind “Make It Nasty” Video
When all is said in done, Tyga's "Make It Nasty" video might not have been worth all the hassle and lawyer fees. The Young Money rapper is being sued by yet another woman who appeared in the video, reports TMZ. This time, the vixen is claiming she was sexually assaulted by a man in a rabbit suit.
According to the report, Allison Brown recently filed the suit against Tyga and his label Young Money Entertainment claiming that she was approached about appearing in the visual for the raunchy tune back in November 2011. Brown claims when she arrived at the Hollywood Hills mansion where the video was being taped producers began to give her alcohol even though she wasn't legal drinking age at the time. She goes on to allege that she was groped by a man in a rabbit suit and another man grabbed her breasts. She also claims, like the two other women who have filed suit against the rapper behind the video, that she was convinced to dance topless and assured her breasts would be edited out. Brown is suing Tyga for sexual battery as well as fraud, invasion of privacy, and infliction of emotional distress.
This isn't the first time this month a Young Money artist has had legal issues. Two weeks ago, Tyga was sued for allegedly failing to pay for over $90,000 in jewelry. On Friday (September 20), Mack Mane turned himself in to authorities to face charges of sexual battery.