Priscilla Rainey Said The Game Violated Her
The woman accusing The Game of sexual assault is blasting the rapper for planning to depose two of her female co-stars on his dating reality show.
Priscilla Rainey explained in court papers that testimony from Shay Malca and Rebecca Silvera is completely irrelevant to the case, neither witnessed the alleged assault and the whole plan is part of The Game’s strategy to ruin her reputation in the case.
Rainey – who was a contestant on the VH1 dating reality show, “She’s Got Game” – sued The Game for $10 million, alleging the rapper was drunk or high when he molested her on an after hours date after a day of filming. Rainey said she suffered physical, psychological and emotional damages due to the rapper’s actions.
The Game fired back at the women suing him and accused her of lying about being sexually assault by him during the filming of his reality show, and demanded her entire lawsuit be thrown out of court.
Both parties are still battling it out in court and preparing for the upcoming trial in the case.
Then on October 30th, Rainey filed an emergency motion for a protective order in the case. She demanded that Malca and Silvera’s depositions NOT be allowed. Rainey said that at the time of the alleged sexual battery, Shay Malca was already eliminated as a contestant on the reality show.
“Ms. Malca is apparently someone who does not like Plaintiff, and as a result is solely being called to speak derogatorily about Ms. Rainey. Defendant intends to use Ms. Malca to improperly impugn Plaintiff’s character on issues,” she said in court papers.
Further, she believes her other co-star Silvera has nothing to add to the case. Silvera was not present during the alleged incident at Adrianna’s Sports Bar and her opinion on what happened is irrelevant.
Rainey admits, “Ms. Silvera was on the bus when Plaintiff confronted Defendant and consequently would be an important witness to tell the jury what happened during that confrontation; however, there are color videos with audio taken from different angles of that entire scene, and the best evidence rule requires the video be played—not witnesses attempting to explain what they remember happening.”
Rainey blasted The Game for trying to divert focus away from the issues at hand pointing out his rants on social media and how he wants to bring up that she was “promiscuous at some point in her life, and that certain people do not like her for various reasons. Ms. Malca and Ms. Silvera are being called strictly to assist in this improper and inadmissible character assassination.”
The Game fired back and demanded her motion be shut down, saying her argument is nonsense. The judge has yet to rule on the matter.