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Soulja Boy is being sued for sexual battery and domestic abuse by an anonymous woman identifying herself as Jane Doe.
Doe claims in new lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, and obtained by Page Six, on Tuesday that she and the “Crank That” rapper, 30, began an on-again, off-again relationship in 2007 and became more serious from 2014 to 2019 before she could “no longer stand the abuse.”
In the legal documents, Doe claims that in 2015 Soulja Boy — born DeAndre Cortez Way — attacked her so violently that he forced her to have a miscarriage, and she subsequently had to undergo a procedure to remove her uterine lining.
In August 2018, Soulja Boy allegedly “began to physically attack and yell at her” while filming their reality TV series. Night vision cameras captured the alleged attack on film, and the WE tv network aired the episode in early 2019, according to the complaint.
Doe moved out of her shared home with Soulja Boy in 2019 after he allegedly had physically removed her and her daughter from his home, the lawsuit claims. Soulja Boy then tried to convince Doe to get back together with him, but when she declined, he allegedly “gripped [Doe’s] neck and choked her while threatening her life.”
In addition to the claims of physical violence, Doe also alleged that Soulja Boy engaged in sexual violence. Doe claimed if she declined the “Donk” rapper’s sexual advances, he would subject Doe to “physical assault.”
Doe is suing Soulja Boy for domestic violence, negligence, sexual battery, assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and gender violence.
The rapper’s rep didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Soulja Boy has had various legal problems over the years, including being arrested for violating his probation stemming from a firearm possession conviction.
Earlier this year, Soulja Boy denied sexually assaulting a former assistant who claimed that he was repeatedly abusive.
“Soulja would never put his hands on a female,” a Soulja Boy representative said in a statement to TMZ at the time. “He wouldn’t beat a woman or put his hands on a woman…. This is non-sense!!!”
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