Cambridge filed a police report and was granted a restraining order against Game, aka Jayceon Taylor. She claims he repeatedly punched her in the torso and face, along with injuring her eye and breaking her nose. Their two children — Cali Dream 3, and King Justice, 6 — were present at the time and injured during the altercation, Cambridge alleges in court documents.
She asserts that the Compton rapper wouldn't allow her to tend to their daughter's bleeding leg after a table broke and injured both children.
The legal docs state that Game called Cambridge a "b----" and told her to "Move the f--- out of the way," when she attempted to tend to their children. Cambridge also alleges the 34-year-old threatened to "end it all," and told the children that if she called the police both parents would be carted off to jail.
Cambridge says Game finally let her take the children and leave. She made it to the hospital a day later and was told that her nose was broken.
Game was investigated for domestic violence, but denies hitting Cambridge. "I don't want to give fuel to these false accusations, but the truth will definitely come out," he wrote on Instagram last week. "All I want is a change to move on with my life & be allowed to be the father to my children I have been since their births. Judge me as you may, but do know..my heart & intentions are pure."
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