Soulja Boy accused of raping and abusing former assistant in new lawsuit

Carla Harmon
January 23, 2021

A woman claiming to be Soulja Boy's ex-girlfriend and personal assistant filed a lawsuit with the Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday, accusing him of sexual assault and physical abuse.

A former employee and lover of rapper Soulja Boy is suing him for allegedly raping her over a two year period. The woman claims that soon after she was hired, he began sending her unsolicited nudes. During one encounter, the woman claims that Soulja pushed her out of a vehicle and forced her to walk five miles.

The Crank That (Soulja Boy) performer, according to his accuser - identified in court docs as Jane Doe - hired her in December 2018, she said.

The woman alleges that in February of 2019, Soulja sexually assaulted her for the first time.

According to the lawsuit, the pair's professional relationship turned romantic and she moved in with him, but the unnamed female alleged Soulja started being violent in January 2019, with one incident occurring after an argument in a auto when he allegedly pushed her out of the vehicle and forced her to walk five miles.

The lawsuit described Soulja Boy as jealous and would punch, kick, and body slam her and allegedly told her, "I should have killed you".

At the worst of the alleged acts, Jane Doe alleges the rapper "sometimes sexually assaulted her twice a day", and even locked her in a room with no mattress, no food, and no water "on multiple occasions." WTF?! On another occasion, she accuses him attacking her so violently that she "thought she was going to die". But when she returned to collect her belongings the following month, she was allegedly raped again.

The woman is suing for sexual battery, assault, false imprisonment, infliction of emotional distress and - on top of everything else - she claims she wasn't paid properly for her she wants damages for that too.

He denied the allegations by Jane Doe in a statement to TMZ, saying, "I am in contact with my legal team and the appropriate legal action will be taken against these lies".

The rap artist's rep told TMZ that the accusations were "nonsense, ' as 'Soulja would never put his hands on a female" and 'wouldn't beat a woman or put his hands on a woman'.

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