Layla Lace is in trouble for accusing Drake of rape and going on trying to extort him. Drake has now sued her saying she’s hatched a baby scam and the allegations are completely false.
According to TMZ article, Drake met Layla last year on tour in Manchester back then in february 2017. They hooked up at a hotel where they had consensual fun. In the lawsuit, filed by celeb lawyerLarry Stein, Drake says Layla went ballistic when he sent her home rather than taking her on tour with him.
See the texts chat between drake and layla below as reported by TMZ
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Drake also went on to say the lady had subsequently created a fantasy relationship in her head and he wouldn’t reply her anymore which set her off completely.
In April 2017, she posted on Instagram and for the first time claimed she was pregnant, saying, “So I guess still in this era this is the new thing that after you tell a dude you pregnant they stop answering they phone!!!” According to the lawsuit, she then threatened to publicly leak messages from Drake. She made good on her threat and went on SiriusXM and announced Drake got her pregnant.
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After filing a law suit claims Layla refused to take a paternity test and Layla and her lawyer went radio silent. Drake says the whole thing was a scam … “There is no credible evidence of pregnancy, nor any baby, which would have been born last Fall.”
According to the lawsuit, Layla switched tactics and went to authorities in New York and alleged Drake had raped her during their one-night stand. Drake says at that point Layla hired a new lawyer who demanded money or else they would make the rape complaint public.
According to the suit, the case was referred to Manchester police, who interviewed Drake and ultimately cleared him.
But, according to Drake … it wasn’t over. He says in the suit Layla then demanded millions of dollars in exchange for silence.
Drake is suing her for civil extortion, emotional distress, fraud, defamation, and abuse of process.
He’s asking for unspecified damages.