Judge Denies Delay in February Start of Woman’s Suit Against Soulja Boy

A judge said Monday he will hold a hearing on Friday in a request by Soulja Boy’s attorney to be relieved from representing the rapper because of unpaid legal bills, but that the scheduled mid-February start of the jury trial will stand.

Santa Monica Superior Court Judge Mark H. Epstein issued his rulings in the case brought by plaintiff Kayla Christine Myers, who alleges the singer yelled profanities, kicked her, stomped on her stomach and bashed her head with a large gun during a party she attended at his Malibu home on Feb. 1, 2019.

Soulja Boy’s real names is DeAndre Cortez Way. His attorney, Thomas P. Bleau, filed court papers on Thursday asking to be excused from further representing the singer, saying the rapper “has failed and continues to fail to cooperate with counsel for his defense and has failed and continues to fail to pay any portion of his outstanding and substantial attorneys’ fees, and costs after multiple requests to do so.”



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