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Rapper Never Paid Woman Who He Assaulted When She Wouldn’t Go To Hotel With Him

The woman who won nearly a $60,000 judgment against Gucci Mane for pushing her out of his Hummer is still seeking justice for the crime.

Diana Graham recently got a court order commanding the Sheriff to force Gucci Mane to pay up. If the rapper continues to refuse, the Sheriff has the right to seize his property, cars and bank accounts because he never paid the five-year-old debt.

Graham said she was injured when Gucci Mane shoved her out of his moving vehicle in 2011 after she refused to go to a hotel with him. She said that the rapper approached her at a local mall and asked her to go to breakfast with him. She agreed, but when he tried to go to his hotel instead, she refused, and he booted her out of the moving vehicle.

A judge found Gucci Mane guilty on a slew of charges, and sentenced him to six months in prison.

Gucci Mane shortly after his arrest in 2011

Graham then filed a civil suit against the “Ice Cream” rapper, saying his actions caused her emotional distress, lost wages and mental anguish. A judge agreed, and in 2012 slapped Gucci with a judgment for $58,161.24 after he blew off responding to the case.

But the rapper never paid up, and on Feb. 24, a judge issued a “Writ of Fieri Facias” against Gucci, ordering the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department to go after him and get the debt paid.

The Georgia rapper seems to be going from strength to strength since getting out of federal lockup last year on unrelated gun charges. He debuted a leaner, muscular look, got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Keyshia Ka’oir, and has been featured on successful tracks like Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles.”

When reached by BOSSIP, Graham’s lawyer, Douglas Tozzi, declined to comment.

Photo courtesy of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department


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