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Financial problems have been hounding rapper Tyga for over a year, and now it’s been claimed that his girlfriend Kylie Jenner is about to be dragged into matters, according to a new report.
It’s been claimed that a legal team that are representing celebrity jeweller Jason Arasheben have asked to question makeup entrepreneur Kylie in connection to a six-figure lawsuit filed by Jason of Beverly Hills against the Rack City rapper.
E! News reports that legal documents have asked to interview Kylie before October 6 in the $200,000 lawsuit.
“The examinations will be done separately and the line of questions will have to do with Tyga’s finances—including source of funds used for gifts made to Ms. Jenner,” Danny Abir of Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, said in a statement.
An insider told the website that Kylie and Tyga “share funds”, while it writes that multiple sources have told the website that Tyga is experiencing financial difficulty.
Despite the financial woes, Tyga is often seen rocking expensive jewellery or driving lavish cars, and now if Kylie doesn’t attend the interview, Abir insisted that they will be “asking for the judge to issue a bench warrant.”
It’s been claimed that some believe Kylie has been dragged into the lawsuit in order to secure a payment.
“Going after the Kardashians is the only way he’ll get what he’s owed. Kylie is really upset about it,” the insider said.
Tyga recently was given an order to pay $186,000 in unpaid rent after Tyga vacated a property in June 2015.
Just a few weeks before being notified on this rental property, Tyga settled with another landlord in a $480,285 eviction case.
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