The Game’s Alleged Sexual Assault Victim Speaks Out
This case was never about money. This was always about standing up for not only my rights, but also the rights of women who have been similarly victimized. My life has been impacted tremendously by relentless negativity, solely because I chose not to remain silent. I am hopeful that this result can empower other women to also come forward and stand up for themselves.
Farmer Jaffe Partner Brad Edwards, who represented Rainey at trial, adds:
This case involved a controversial subject matter further complicated by the volume of rumors spread through social media. I believe that the most difficult cases should be decided by juries, and as a trial lawyer I take great pride in presenting those types of cases. Our judicial system provides the only opportunity for the people of the community to decisively resolve disputes and to be the people’s voice on the most important societal issues. Ten citizens of Illinois reviewed all of the evidence to unanimously arrive at the result they determined was fair and just. Priscilla Rainey just wanted her life back, and hopefully this is a step in that direction.
theJasmineBRAND.com broke the story — a judge ruled in favor of Priscilla, who claimed that she was sexually assaulted by the rapper while shooting his reality show in 2015. There are conflicting reports as to how much The Game may have to pay. One report suggests close to $7 million. We’re told that The Game will appeal.