News: Tyga's 'Nasty' Problems Intensify, Video Vixen Exposes "Dry Humping" Attack
Saturday, Sep 21, 2013 7:10PM
Young Money's Tyga isn't getting much sleep over his "Make It Nasty" music video as another video vixen has stepped forward to take legal action against him.
According to reports, a female victim claims she was attacked on the set of the now-infamous music video.
Tyga's "Make It Nasty" video is biting him in the ass again -- a fourth woman is now suing ... claiming she was lied to about nudity in the video, and sexually attacked by a rabbit ... and we don't mean the vibrator. The woman, Allison Brown, is suing Tyga and his record label ... Young Money Entertainment -- claiming she was approached in November, 2011 by a man who said he was tight with Tyga, and she had a "good look" for his music video. In the suit, Brown claims she showed up for the shoot at a Hollywood Hills mansion where producers proceeded to ply her with booze -- even though she was only 20-years-old at the time. She alleges no one ever asked for ID. This is when things took a nasty turn, according to the suit. Brown claims someone in a yellow rabbit costume grabbed her from behind her hips and started dry humping her -- and when she pulled away from the rabbit ... another man on set grabbed her breast. (TMZ)
Along with sexual battery, victim Allison Brown is suing Tyga for a slew of other damages.
n addition, Brown alleges she had been coerced to remove her top ... and promised her nipples would not be exposed in the final edit of the video. TMZ broke the story ... 3 other women have already filed a similar suit against Tyga ... claiming their boobs were exposed to the world when the video was released. Brown is suing Tyga for sexual battery and a slew of other despicable acts ... including fraud, invasion of privacy, and infliction of emotional distress. We reached out to reps for Tyga and Young Money -- so far no word back. (TMZ)
Recently, some of Tyga's "Make It Nasty" video vixen filed filed $10 million cases against him for being exposed in the explicit visual.
Dancers Elizabeth Velasquez and Azia Davies, who appear in Tyga's "Make it Nasty" video, are suing the rapper for allegedly violating their contracts. Elizabeth and Azia claim that they signed contracts with strict no nudity clauses, but shots of their bare breasts ended up in the video anyway. The two dancers originally filed the suit against Tyga last year after the nudity-filled video made its way onto the internet, but they've only recently decided on a number that will alleviate their pain and suffering: $10 million a piece (per girl, not per boob). (Wet Paint)
Tyga hopped onto his Twitter page over the summer to unleash fury over making headlines for legal issues with a celebrity jeweler.
"Shout out to my Jeweler @exoticdiamonds2 !!!!! I don't fuk with #b*tchn*ggas @jasonofbh http://instagram.com/p/d0jD3iKerN/," Tyga tweeted September 3.
"How u sue for a watch that suppose 2 b a gift.@jasonofbh u butthurt? need press that bad? I spent over 500k with u Loyalty ain't shi I see!" (Tyga's Twitter)