The rapper has filed an appeal requesting for new trial, but an Illinois judge denies his motion because of his history of not showing up to court.
Rapper The Game has been denied a new trial his sexual assault lawsuit.
The Dreams hitmaker, real name Jayceon Taylor, was sued for $10 million (£7.8 million) by Priscilla Rainey, a contestant on his U.S. reality series She’s Got Game, in 2015. She claimed The Game assaulted her while filming a scene in a Los Angeles bar as part of the show, in which women competed for the rap star’s affection.
He lost the case in late 2016 and a $7 million (£5.4 million) default judgement was handed down in Rainey’s favour.
He filed an appeal over the ruling and requested a new trial, but his motion has since been denied by an Illinois judge because of his history of not showing up to court, according to AllHipHop.com.
Meanwhile, Taylor launched a lawsuit against officials at VH1’s parent company Viacom, demanding they cover of the costs of the default judgement as well as $13 million (£10.1 million) in damages for failing to properly vet contestants on the show and not protecting him against Rainey, who allegedly had a criminal history.
The TV executives successfully sought a dismissal of the legal action in June, and asked for the rapper to pick up their $36,000 (£28,000) legal bill.
Last month, a judge granted Viacom’s request and ordered the hip-hop star to pay slightly less than their original demand.