Note: This article contains descriptions of suspected domestic violence and sexual assault.

Soulja Boy was sued today for assault and sexual violence by a woman who claims to have been in a relationship with the rapper who developed while at work as his personal assistant. This is confirmed by the reports and documents from The Blast that Pitchfork looked at. The rapper has also been charged with false incarceration, emotional distress, gender-based violence, hostile work environment, non-payment of minimum wages, unpaid overtime and reimbursements, inaccurate wage statements and more.

“Soulja would never put its hands on a woman,” said a statement from a representative for Soulja Boy sent to TMZ. “He wouldn’t hit a woman or put his hands on a woman…. This is nonsense !!! “Pitchfork reached out to representatives of Soulja Boy.

The woman, who goes by the pen name Jane Doe, claims in the lawsuit that she started at Soulja Boy in late 2018 and is responsible for cooking, cleaning, driving and more. The lawsuit claims she was promised $ 500 a week and was never paid, even though she worked 20 hours a day about seven days a week. Within the first month of her employment, the lawsuit alleges that the rapper sent her unsolicited photos of his penis.

The complaint alleges that Doe and Soulja Boy had developed a romantic relationship by January 2019 and that by February 2019 the rapper had committed a pattern of abusive behavior that included hitting, kicking, throwing, spitting, threatening and sexual assault. Doe’s lawsuit claims that Soulja Boy declared after a violent encounter in April 2020 that I should have killed you, locked her in a room for “three days against her will” and raped her “multiple times.”

According to the lawsuit, Soulja attacked boy Jane Doe in August 2020 to the point where she passed out. She claims she woke up on the lawn in front of his house and fled. The complaint alleges that she was denied her belongings and that she was attacked every time she returned to collect her belongings. Jane Doe is seeking damages and a lawsuit.

“[Soulja Boy]Treating our client as an employee and as a person worthy of respect has left her traumatized and fearful, “said her attorney Neama Rahmani, president of West Coast Trial Lawyers, in a statement. “Her abuse has locked her physically, mentally, and emotionally. When she found the courage to flee, he impoverished her. Its exploitation has severely affected our customers’ ability to re-establish themselves in the workplace and in society. We believe he should be held accountable. “

If you or someone you know has been subjected to sexual assault or domestic violence, we encourage you to seek support:

RAINN National Hotline for Sexual Assault
1 800 656 HOPE (4673)

Line of crisis text (chat support)
SMS: Text “HERE” to 741-741

The national hotline for domestic violence
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)