West Coast rapper Game is reportedly over $200,000 in the hole after being ordered to pay a former nanny over a past social media conflict.
According to reports, a judge made the default judgement in babysitter Karen Monroe‘s favor earlier this month.
On June 10, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff issued a $200,627 default judgment against the rapper after he failed to respond to the suit. Monroe’s attorney, Manu Elloie, said millions of people saw the post, which prompted numerous death threats against his client and caused her to lose her job as a nanny to rapper Nas‘ son. Monroe sought therapy for depression, took medications and experienced extreme mood swings, Beckloff said. (ABC 7)