Wiz Khalifa named in alleged assault and battery lawsuit


Wiz Khalifa  is in trouble with the law again. The Pittsburgh rapper was recently named in a bizarre lawsuit filed by a West Virginia man.

Ryan Smith has filed suit against Wiz, his record label Rostrum Records, Tunez and Cue LLC, 4.0 Entertainment, Daryl Tyler Jr., Drew Ellison of HowFlyHipHop, Leyonne Pryce, Courtney Williams, and 40 others for an alleged assault that happened back in April 2013.

Smith says the attack happened at the Tunez and Cue restaurant in Morgantown, and tells the West Virginia Record newspaper that the incident left him with a broken jaw and various other injuries that caused him to need dental work and reconstructive surgery.

According to Smith, he went to the Taylor Gang Goodstock Tour event put together by Rostrum Records, 4.0, and HowFlyHipHop at Tunez and Cue. It was during an intermission that Tyler and the unknown defendants allegedly began an “unprovoked” assault on him. The alleged attackers were said to be hired by the named defendants. Thus far no word on a possible motive for the alleged attack has been given.

In the complaint, filed on May 26, Smith says, “The defendants’ acts and omissions were the direct cause of his loss of income, disability, disfigurement, and loss of enjoyment of life.”

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