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Lawyer, Memes, and The Game: The Game Faces Arrest Warrant After Skipping Out on Court Date October 3, 2018 at 7:32 am PDT By Ryan Naumann STORY via THE BLAST - “The Game attempted to skip out on a court hearing — citing his appearance on the “Wild N’ Out” — but the judge wasn’t interested in his excuses and issued a warrant for his arrest. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a judge found The Game in contempt of court for failing to appear for a hearing in his sexual assault case. The rapper had been ordered to show up, but he tried to claim he was too busy. Earlier this week, The Game filed court docs saying he had contractual obligations during October, including the final stretch of “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live.” Game claimed to have been trying to get all his financial information to turn over to Priscilla Rainey after he had been ordered to do. He asked the judge to allow his lawyer to represent him during the hearing. The judge wasn’t impressed and instead found the rapper in contempt and issued a bench warrant for his arrest. The warrant was stayed until October 5 at 9:00 AM, meaning the rapper has time to show up in court before he is arrested. Priscilla Rainey was a contestant on The Game’s VH1 reality show “She’s Got Game.” In her 2015 lawsuit, she claimed that during production, the rapper sexually assaulted her by forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks. A jury awarded her $7 million in damages. Rainey has accused The Game of refusing to turn over financial docs and at one point demanded he be found in contempt. She claimed he has yet to pay a dime on the judgment. The rapper demanded a new trial saying the judgment was too high but the judge recently shut him down saying the evidence proved Rainey’s case to the jury.” ( via @blast)
Lawyer, Memes, and The Game: The Game Faces Arrest Warrant
 After Skipping Out on Court Date
 October 3, 2018 at 7:32 am PDT
 By Ryan Naumann
STORY via THE BLAST - “The Game attempted to skip out on a court hearing — citing his appearance on the “Wild N’ Out” — but the judge wasn’t interested in his excuses and issued a warrant for his arrest. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a judge found The Game in contempt of court for failing to appear for a hearing in his sexual assault case. The rapper had been ordered to show up, but he tried to claim he was too busy. Earlier this week, The Game filed court docs saying he had contractual obligations during October, including the final stretch of “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live.” Game claimed to have been trying to get all his financial information to turn over to Priscilla Rainey after he had been ordered to do. He asked the judge to allow his lawyer to represent him during the hearing. The judge wasn’t impressed and instead found the rapper in contempt and issued a bench warrant for his arrest. The warrant was stayed until October 5 at 9:00 AM, meaning the rapper has time to show up in court before he is arrested. Priscilla Rainey was a contestant on The Game’s VH1 reality show “She’s Got Game.” In her 2015 lawsuit, she claimed that during production, the rapper sexually assaulted her by forcefully reaching his hand inside her dress to rub her bare vagina and buttocks. A jury awarded her $7 million in damages. Rainey has accused The Game of refusing to turn over financial docs and at one point demanded he be found in contempt. She claimed he has yet to pay a dime on the judgment. The rapper demanded a new trial saying the judgment was too high but the judge recently shut him down saying the evidence proved Rainey’s case to the jury.” ( via @blast)

STORY via THE BLAST - “The Game attempted to skip out on a court hearing — citing his appearance on the “Wild N’ Out” — but the judge wasn’t...

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Clothes, Drinking, and Friends: maura quint
 @behindyourback
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 One time a guy and I had flirted, he invited
 me to his room, I went we kissed, I said I
 liked it, he took off his clothes, I touched
 him, he tried to take off my clothes, I
 resisted, he said "seems like you're not
 into this" I said, ehhh, he said, no, it's only
 fun if you want it
 I want to tell a story: Once in high
 school, I felt insecure, I put on a
 tight top too low cut and dark lip
 stick I didn't usually wear. I went to
 a party drank terrible wine coolers,
 too many of them. A man asked
 me if I wanted to leave, I slurred,
 said maybe, He said "mavbe"?
 7:33 PM-28 Sep 18
 459 8,068
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 I said, l'm sorry, he said it's ok. I left
 unmolested. I was lucky, I hadn't met a
 rapist that night.
 419 8,872
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h
 And then he said "maybe isn't yes" and I
 went home that night, un-assaulted,
 because l hadn't talked to a rapist at that
 party
 15t745 13.2K
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 l've been assaulted. I've also been not
 assaulted. The difference didn't seem to
 be what I was wearing, how flirty I was,
 how much I was drinking. The only
 difference seemed to be whether or not
 the men felt it was ok or not to assault.
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 Another story:I went out drinking with girl
 friends at a bar a few years later. I was
 flirting with a guy there, he grabbed my
 hand, pulled me outside, into an alley, he
 kissed me hard and then looked at me
 and said, "yes?" I didn't say anything.
 274
 6,408 43.9K
 4
 394
 6,368 0
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 He said "go back inside then," maybe he
 was annoyed but he meant it, I went back
 inside. There wasn't a rapist at that bar.
 t 435 9,323
The real nice guys

The real nice guys

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Animals, Be Like, and Butthurt: Love this
 IN THE
 FIGHTIN
 MANSPREADING
 WITH BLEACH
 3,381,716 Views
 In the Now
 26 September at 19:00
 Like Page
 This is a pretty extreme way to combat #manspreading
 2 Comments 26K Shares
 b Like
 Comment
 Share
 Hahaha.. on the bus, for every guy sitting next to me
 Like Reply-9h
 learn, it's like training dogs isn't it
 Like Reply 5h

 absolutely! They might actually
 learn, it's like training dogs isn't it
 Like Reply 5h
 Write a reply..
 This is a pretty extreme way to combat
 #manspreading". Jeez, can you imagine what you lot would be like if
 blokes went around pouring water over girls, and then comparing the
 act to be like "training dogs"? The amount of outroar, butthurt, and
 accusations of assault would be phenomenal
 Like Reply 23m Edited
 I think you've misinterpreted
 my words, I never said I agree with the actions. I just love
 that someone is actually standing up against it as it's
 incredibly rude/uncomfortable and females don't feel they
 have a choice when having to squeeze up when a male
 next time them is being inconsiderate and manspreading
 I do disagree and think it's extreme; but I understand the
 women have been doing it to create a statement. My
 comm
 pouring/spraying water is commonly used to train
 dogs/cats and by using this action we are essentially
 treating males as animals. No where in the comments did
 my friend or l state we agree with the act of pouring water
 on the males
 ent about training dogs is purely that
 Like Reply 18m
 "love this" and sharing it is clearly showing your support for
 this kind of treatment, and by making the reference and
 connection to spraying them like animals - that's just
 degrading in itself, imagine if a guy had said that about trying
 to get women to stop doing things that annoy them? You can
 make a statement without mildly assaulting people on public
 transport

 Yes I do support the statement, and I'm
 proud females are standing up against it. Doesn't mean I
 agree with the course of action.
 And in no way did I state otherwise. You may have
 misinterpreted and assumed the post as act of complete
 agreement.
 Like Reply 8m
 Shares post*, "love this", "it's
 like training dogs
 "You may have misinterpreted and assumed the post as act
 of complete agreement."
 And you wonder why?
 Like Reply-1m
About pouring bleach in peoples laps: "I can post and say what I want on social media but when you call me out on it you're the one who's wrong and you've misinterpreted it."

About pouring bleach in peoples laps: "I can post and say what I want on social media but when you call me out on it you're the one who's wr...