Tyga Getting Sued For Stealing Clothing

By HHL Editors

In 2013, designer Chuon Guen Lee partnered up with Tyga on the clothing line Last Kings.

His role would be to promote the threads and get them into department stores.

But according to Lee's new lawsuit against T-Raww, he instead took off with $500,000 of their merchandise and then started another clothing line with another partner, named Egyptian Kings.

Lee is seeking $1.6 million plus damages from Tyga and his new partner.

Tyga's rep issued this statement about the suit:

These, like other allegations, are completely false. This was a business relationship that went sour and was ended last year. We learned of the complaint via TMZ and are aware that individuals will continue to attempt to cash in on Tyga's success."
In addition to his sloppy personal life, Tyga is currently being sued by a former landlord for unpaid rent, and by a video girl for not paying off a sexual assault settlement. His label boss Birdman is also considering legal action against T-Raww for deliberately tanking The Gold Album.

Good times for Tyga's lawyers. Assuming he's smart enough to pay them.

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