In March, he participated in a Pro-Am game at Hollywood High School when he got into a heated argument with the police officer, who is named Onyebuchi Awaji. He committed a hard foul, punched Awaji in the face, and threatened to kill him before leaving the scene, allegedly. The incident was recorded on video and posted to YouTube.
The Compton rapper pleaded not guilty to the charges in a LA courthouse on Monday (June 29). If he is convicted, he could face three years in prison, in addition to owing up to $12 million in a lawsuit Awaji filed.
Game’s legal troubles continue to pile up. He is also expected to pay his former nanny, Karen Monroe, $200,627 for defamation and inflicting emotional distress after publishing false statements about her on Instagram in June 2013.
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