A judge has ordered The Game to hand over his financial records to the sexual assault accuser who's seeking the $7M she's owed, according to TheBlast. The judge ordered The Game to turn over all of his financial documents that show all his real estate, cars, boats and more. The rapper has until the end of the month to produce the documents. In addition, he must also hand over any information pertaining to the artistic work in his possession as well as all the money he's made since 2014 and any expenses he made over $5K. He must also provide any details on any of the businesses he has a stake in.

His most recent legal dilemma stems from Priscilla Rainey claimed that The Game sexually assaulted her by reaching inside of her dress and touching her vagina and buttocks. The Game has since tried to file a motion for a new trial after he claimed the judgment was too high and made without a sufficient amount of evidence. Despite this, the judge shut down his motion to get a new trial. The judge refuted The Game's claim and said that the judgment was made with evidence that supported the outcome.

At this point, Rainey claims that The Game hasn't handed her a penny of the $7M judgment he's owed from the lawsuit.