A woman filed court papers Wednesday alleging the singer Takeoff of the hip-hop group Migos sexually assaulted her in an Encino home in June.
The woman is identified only as Jane Doe in the still unofficial Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit, which alleges sexual battery, assault, false imprisonment, both intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress and civil rights violations. She seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages.
A representative for the 25-year-old Takeoff, whose real name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, could not be immediately reached.
The plaintiff was invited to the home on June 23 by another man, Daryl McPherson, and Takeoff arrived sometime later, Doe’s court papers state. She saw a handgun on a table, the court papers state.
Takeoff began staring at her, began talking to her and offered her marijuana, all of which made her feel uncomfortable, according to the plaintiff. The woman spoke to McPherson about her concerns and he invited her upstairs to his room, her court papers state.
But on the way up, Doe and McPherson encountered Takeoff coming down the stairs and the singer began arguing with McPherson, the plaintiff says. She continued upstairs, went into McPherson’s room and lied down on her bed, her court papers state.
But Takeoff later entered the room, began touching her, pulled off her clothing and began having sex with her, despite her protests that she did not want to be intimate with him, according to her court papers.
The singer then left the bedroom and the plaintiff, after recovering from the shock of what happened, also left the bedroom, her court papers state. She obtained medical care at a hospital and the staff, seeing evidence of a sexual assault, notified the Los Angeles Police Department, Doe’s court papers state.
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