Soulja Boy Sued For Sexual Assault And False Imprisonment

According to reports Soulja Boy hired a woman to be his personal assistant. She alleges he raped and assaulted her for nearly 2 years .. but he opposes laying a hand on her.

The super talented  rapper’s being sued by a Jane Doe, who claims he began to abuse her immediately after he employed her in December 2018. Beginning with mailing her unasked photos of his penis within the first month.

But, according to the lawsuit,  the both of them gradually developed an emotional relationship and she moved in with him.

According to the docs, obtained by accurategist, she says the rapper  started acting hard toward her in January 2019 … including a disagreement they had while driving. She claims he pushed her out of the moving car and compelled her to walk 5 miles.

The woman says Soulja sexually assaulted her for the first time in February 2019 … and “expressed remorse” afterward by paying her $1,000.

In May 2019, the accuser claims the rapper spited on her when she told him she wanted to quit, and alleges he would become insanely jealous when she got social media remarks or phone calls.

In the suit, she alleges he would “punch, kick and body slam” her due to his jealousy, and once threatened, “I should have killed you.” Further, she claims he locked her in a room with no bed, food or water on multiple occasions.

She also claims she was sometimes sexually assaulted twice a day … and after one violent attack in August 2020 — where she thought she would die — she moved out. According to the suit, she moved back to get her belongings the next month, and he allegedly assaulted her again.

The accuser is suing for sexual battery, assault, false imprisonment, infliction of emotional distress. She claims she wasn’t paid properly for her work and  so she wants damages for that too.

A rep for Soulja tells us, “Soulja would never put his hands on a female. He wouldn’t beat a woman or put his hands on a woman … this is non-sense!!!”

As you may know … he was also sued for assault in January 2020.

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