The 28-year-old unnamed woman (simply identified as Jane Doe) attended the Drake/Future concert on August 14, 2016, at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, US.
But on the way to the backstage area, the man - who police had identified as Leavy Johnson - apparently violently attacked and raped her. Johnson has since been arrested by the police, and there's enough evidence there that cops have charged him with rape. Johnson was ultimately arrested and now awaits trial, according to The Tennessean. Johnson had outstanding warrants for assault at the time of the alleged rape, per E! In addition, she argues that the defendants had a duty to ensure that their employees, agents and independent contractors did not harm concert attendees. She says Drake, Future, the arena and multiple others should have known that employing Johnson had the potential to cause a risky situation for others.
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So due to their poor decisions, the woman is seeking no less than $25 million in damages, plus court costs.
Drizzy and the Freebandz emcee had one of the biggest tours previous year, their joint Summer Sixteen tour of North America.
Meanwhile, neither Drake, Future, or the companies involved have publicly commented on the lawsuit.