Kylie Jenner’s Boyfriend Tyga’s Sexual Assault Lawsuit: Will Kylie Pay $25,000 To Make Boyfriend’s Case Go Away?

Kylie Jenner’s Boyfriend Tyga’s Sexual Assault Lawsuit: Will Kylie Pay $25,000 To Make Boyfriend’s Case Go Away?

Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend Tyga is in some hot water, and apparently failed to pay off a sexual assault lawsuit that was filed against him back in 2011. Before Tyga rose to notoriety for infamously dating 17 year old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, he actually had a semi-promising career as a rapper. In 2011 Tyga was sued by a video vixen named Allison Brown and the judge ordered him to pay Brown $50,000.

According to a report from TMZ, Allison claimed in her lawsuit that back in 2011 Tyga and his team got her too drunk to know her own name, and then forced her to dance on camera topless and had someone in a rabbit costume sexually assaulted her. (Seriously, we can’t make this stuff up.) The judge ordered Tyga to pay Allison Brown $50,000 in damages. At the time Tyga paid Allison $25,000 – and then failed to pay the rest, now the video vixen has went back to court to demand the rest of her money.

Tyga is already being called a “pervert” by fellow celebrities for dating a 17 year old, and his relationship with Kylie Jenner has garnered a lot of bad press. The last thing he needs is Allison reminding everyone that he was actually caught up in a sexual assault scandal as well. There is one problem though, rumor has it Tyga is virtually broke, and that’s why he hasn’t paid off Brown.

For months now rumors have been floating around that Tyga is broke, and 17 year old Kylie Jenner has been supporting her boyfriend financially since they began dating. Now, it looks like Kylie will probably have to fork over $25,000 to make her boyfriend’s sexual assault lawsuit go away. Because, everyone loves going down to the courthouse and dropping thousands of dollars to pay off a woman who accused your boyfriend of sexual assault – at this point we really have no pity for Kylie though.

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