King Louie, rising artist of the drill movement, was slapped with a lawsuit for his involvement in an alleged planned assault of a female victim, according to Courthouse News Service.
The victim, Jazmine Berry, filed a suit in Chicago’s Cook County Court alleging Epic Records artist King Louie and accomplice Josephine Conley ambushed her at the rapper’s home.
According to the suit, King Louie, whose birth name is Louis Johnson, invited Berry to his home for breakfast.
While socializing with Louie and two unidentified individuals on the “My N-----” rapper’s back porch, Conley stormed up the steps and began beating her.
King Louie, who often goes under the rap moniker “King L,” recorded the incident without offering any assistance to stop the fight.
Berry believes Louie hired Conley to attack her for the purpose of obtaining media publicity for his burgeoning rap career.
King L’s fame grew after lending his talents to Kanye West’s highly acclaimed “Yeezus” album for the track, “Send It Up.”
A video that was posted to YouTube shows Conley accusing Berry of stealing a pair of Marc Jacobs sunglasses, saying, “B----, did them Marc Jacob glasses belong to you?”
Conley then brutally beats Berry with repeated punches to the head.
Berry pleads with King Louie to stop the fight, saying, “You gon let her do this to me?”
King Louie replied, “I don’t know what yall got going on. She said you took something from her.”
Berry is seeking over $1 million in damages for battery, conspiracy, emotional distress and defamation.
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