And it looks like The Game – real name Jayceon Taylor – has the same strategy in mind, because he filed court docs the day after Rainey did, also subpoenaing the contestants, along with his assistant, manager and a makeup artist to prove he didn’t abuse Rainey.
“May have information relating to the allegations that are the subject of this action and information relating to the behavior and character of Plaintiff,” The Game’s court docs state. “Has personal knowledge regarding the night of the alleged incident described in the complaint.”
The Game said he’ll also reveal evidence from his phone records and arrest records reportedly of Rainey from Florida.
Rainey sued The Game last year, claiming a high and drunk Taylor groped her vagina and buttocks several times while out on what Rainey believed was a mandatory late night date after filming the show.
The West Coast rapper initially didn’t answer Rainey’s complaint, so last month, an Illinois federal court ruled against him by default. But now, the rapper has come out swinging, denying all Rainey’s sexual assault allegations.