(AllHipHop News) Game has been allowed to hold on to his music royalties for his next album in his ongoing legal dispute with his alleged sexual assault victim.
The Compton rapper was ordered to pay $7 million to Priscilla Rainey in 2016 as part of a default judgment made in her favor after accusing the rapper of sexual misconduct in 2015, when she was a contestant on his U.S. reality series "She's Got Game."
She claimed Game assaulted her while filming a scene in a Los Angeles bar as part of the show, in which women competed for the hip-hop star's affection.
He was denied a new trial last year, and ever since, Rainey has been attempting to collect on the damages she was awarded.
Earlier this month, she requested the right to seize the rap star's income and even asked the judge overseeing her case to assign her future rights and royalty payments for Game's forthcoming album, Born to Rap, which is expected to be released later this year.
But that motion has been denied with lawmakers ruling her documents were improperly filed.
The judge also explained there was no real emergency to grant the request, although that doesn't mean the royalties cannot be seized at a later date.
The Game, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, has yet to hand over any of the $7 million Rainey was awarded and has reportedly refused to disclose any information regarding his finances.