Why Drake and Future are being sued for 25m

Drake and Future Sued for $25 Million By Woman Who Was Allegedly Raped at Their Concert

Drake and Future Sued for $25 Million By Woman Who Was Allegedly Raped at Their Concert

The woman claims she was raped at one of their concerts during the Summer Sixteen tour previous year by someone affiliated with the venue.

As People reports, the woman (identified only as "Jane Doe") is seeking damages of $25 million, claiming that the negligence of Drake, Future and the other defendants led to the alleged attack during a August 14, 2016 show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.

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The female is identified in the lawsuit as Jane Doe to protect her identity. People reported that a woman filed a $25 million lawsuit against both Drake and Future claiming that a man associated with the venue raped her at their concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 14 previous year.

But on the way to the backstage area, the man - who police had identified as Leavy Johnson - apparently violently attacked and raped her. Johnson has since been arrested by the police, and there's enough evidence there that cops have charged him with rape.

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The woman claims Johnson had outstanding warrants for assault at the time of the alleged rape and claims the arena, the touring companies, the company that provided the security and the rappers all should have known that employing Johnson would "pose an unreasonable risk to others". She is seeking court costs along with $25 million in damages. "I'm about to go back to making this new album in Toronto just for you", Drizzy said to the crowd in front of Toronto's Budweiser stage earlier this week while closing out the 2017 OVO Fest.

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