And chapter 10 in the Iggy Azalea sex tape scandal begins.
Just one week after Iggy’s ex-boyfriend, Houston rapper, Hefe Wine came forward claiming to be the man in the sex tape, Azalea fires back with a lawsuit for infringing copyright and unlawfully promoting yet-to-be released music as a young, hungry artist.
In a lawsuit, obtained by E! News, the “Fancy” rapper claims that Wine “used her name, likeness, voice and trademark to promote and distribute her songs without her consent.”
Per the documents, Iggy claims that her ex stole uncompleted music from her computer back in 2008, which she never approved to use. She also claims that Maurice Williams, Hefe’s legal name, “created a forged recording agreement document, with an altered signature, as well as a fake artist management agreement to make it look as if Azalea had a deal set in place with Wine Enterprises, Inc.”
Azalea is suing for “compensatory damages, plus interest at the legal rate and statutory damages for each copyright infringement.”
As for the sex tape, Williams alleged earlier this week that Igggy signed a contract giving permission for Hefe to “cut records and music videos.” But according to the Houston resident, he thinks if he slaps a music bed under the sex tape, he then has the rights to market the tape.