Woman Suing The Game For Sexual Battery Wants Mental Hospital Stay Banned From Case

- By Bossip Staff

The Game & Priscilla Rainey

Priscilla Rainey Says The Game Sexually Abused Her

The woman who filed a $10 million sexual battery suit against rapper The Game has asked the court to ban him from telling the jury that she was held in a mental institution.

Priscilla Rainey – the Game’s co-star on the reality show “She’s Got Game” – said the West Coast rapper sexually abused her during an after hours date after a day of filming. She said in court papers that The Game, who appeared drunk and/or high, was out of control and assaulted her.

The alleged assaults included him forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks. The contestant explained she never gave him permission to touch her and she felt degraded by the sexual assault.

The woman said she suffered physical, psychological and emotional damages due to the rapper’s actions.

The Game fired back at the woman, and accused her of lying about the alleged assault and demanded the lawsuit thrown out.

Both parties are still battling it out in court and preparing for the upcoming trial in the case.

Rainey said The Game’s claims that she was committed to a mental institution were misleading and salacious, because she said she was in fact detained for just a couple hours due to a technicality under Florida’s Mental Health Act, which allows a person to be involuntarily institutionalized.
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She said The Game is fully aware that his mental hospital claims are a gross mischaracterization of the evidence and only were only made to advance his ulterior motives.

“Defendant should be strictly prohibited from admitting any such evidence or implying any further prejudicial conjecture into this trial because doing so would only deflect from the real issues and adds no evidentiary value to the case at all,” Rainey’s court docs state.

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