West Rapper 40 Glocc Trying To Collect On Assault Suit Against The Game
It looks like 40 Glocc may finally collect a nearly $200,000 judgment against The Game for jumping him and filming the beat down back in 2012.
40 Glocc has filed court docs to place a lien on the money The Game may receive if he wins his federal lawsuit against Viacom, BOSSIP has learned.
Last month, The Game filed a $20 million suit against Viacom, claiming the company was negligent when it didn’t properly screen his reality TV co-star, Priscilla Rainey, who recently won a $7 million judgment after she sued him for sexually abusing her during an after-hours date.
If The Game wins his suit against the media giant, his debt to 40 Glocc will be paid out first, and he’ll get what is left over.
40 Glocc, real name Lawrence White, sued The Game, real name Jayceon Taylor, after he alleging that the “This Is How We Do” rapper chased him down with a gun outside a Hollywood Hills mansion in 2012. 40 Glocc said The Game then jumped him, along with more than a dozen members of his entourage, and filmed the entire incident and later posted it to YouTube as “The Game Beats Up 40 Glocc Whilst Recording on iPhone Full Video.”
The video was later taken down.
Late last year, a judge ruled in favor of 40 Glocc, and ordered The Game to pay the artist a total of $196,335.115. But apparently The Game never shelled out the cash, and as a result, 40 Glocc filed the lien May 31 to try to recoup his judgment.