Video Vixen Files Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Tyga And Young Money

September 23, 2013  |  

Source: WENN

Back in 2011 YMCMB rapper Tyga shot an X-rated music video for his popular track “Make It Nasty.” Two years later, a video model named Allison Brown is suing the 23-year-old entertainer and his record label, Young Money Entertainment, claiming that she was sexually assaulted while on set, TMZ reports.

According to filed court documents, Brown was hired by a man in November 2011, who claimed to be close to Tyga, to appear in the upcoming music video because she had a “good look” for the creative vision of the video. Brown, who was 20-year-old at the time, went on to claim that while on the set of the music video, which took place at a Hollywood Hills mansion, she was offered an overwhelming amount of alcoholic beverages by producers. Once cameras began rolling, Brown claims that someone on the set wearing a yellow rabbit costume grabbed her and began forcefully gyrating against her. She also alleges that when she tried to pull away, another man grabbed her breast.

The young woman’s lawsuit also accuses producers of  pressuring her into going topless for the shoot by promising that her nipples would not be visible once the final cut of the video was released. As a result, Brown is suing Tyga and Young Money for a few sexual offenses including sexual battery. She is also suing for fraud, invasion of privacy and infliction of emotional distress. We hear that three other models from the video are also suing Tyga and Young Money after making similar claims about the very same video shoot back in 2012.


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  • hollyw

    Without blaming the victim, i do want to use this incident as a reason why X-rated videos shouldn’t even be an option in the music industry. X-rated rap videos in no way highlight an artist’s “craft” and is only to further sexualize and abuse the image of the (Black) woman.

    I just feel bad for these young, gullible girls who really think they’re going to get some kind of respect or fame from this, and also for these young silly artists who are groomed and used by predators as a means to an end. Disgusting.

  • Alisha Dixon


    I’m all for women’s rights (especially the right not to be touches unless WE SAY we want to be touched)…but some of these girls get into these situations and you just ask yourself “B***h, what did you think was gonna happen” not like he was inviting you over for herbal tea and a LHHATL marathon. “X-rated Music Video Shoot” say’s it all.

    • Kaho’olawe

      She probably didn’t think she would be sexually assaulted. I mean, your comment basically implies that women should expect to be sexually assaulted when hanging around men.

      • Mztisa

        Correction, the comment implies that women should expect to be sexually assaulted when signing up to be a part of an x rated video with men who have been known to have inappropriate relations with women on the set! Since when does personal responsibility not matter? Is what happened wrong? YES! However, when you decide to put yourself in a position where you are going to be uncomfortable with what is happening that is a choice! She choose to stay when it became clear what it was, she chose to drink, she didn’t report it immediately so I suspect that there is more to the story! Any RATIONAL person would have shut it down and immediately left the situation when they were uncomfortable with what was happening!

    • Jaybird

      It is also possible that she was not aware that it would be an X-rated video shoot. I once did a video (in the Hollywood Hills) and was never informed that they would be taping an X-rated version after filming the original version. They tried to pressure me to participate, but I hid behind a trailer hahahaha. Even people working in the sex industry have the right to NOT be sexually assaulted.