Desiigner Ordered To Pay For Calling A Business Woman A Scam Artist On Instagram

The rap star was just hit with a default judgment over some slanderous IG posts directed at a woman helping his sister w

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Desiigner has been hit with a default judgment in a defamation lawsuit.

Businesswoman Jessica Brown sued Desiigner last year, claiming she helped his sister, Siera Selby, land a place at prestigious Howard University in Washington, D.C. through her company College Gurl, which educates students on how to pay for their higher education.

She also allegedly arranged for Siera to have access to a storage unit while at the school, but the youngster ended up dropping out, leaving some of her belongings behind in the locker.

Brown reportedly reached out to Siera in a bid to return the items, but was told she no longer wanted them, only for Brown to then be put on blast by her famous big brother.

In a post on Instagram in August, 2017, Desiigner reportedly told his 1.7 million followers: "This girl is a fraud. Tried to scam me into paying for my sister to get into Howard University and now she is trying to hold my sisters belongings. Please stay away from her and her college scams!!"

He also tagged Brown's company profile in the message, so she sued the star, real name Sidney Royel Selby III, for defamation and invasion of privacy.

The 21-year-old did not contest the lawsuit and has since been hit with a $135,800 default judgment.