Lil Wayne Reaches Conditional Settlement With Bouncer Over Alleged 2016 Assault

Lil Wayne Reaches Conditional Settlement With Bouncer Over Alleged 2016 Assault
Lil Wayne Reaches Conditional Settlement With Bouncer Over Alleged 2016 Assault (Image: Screenshot/YouTube/I AM ATHLETE)

The rapper reached a tentative settlement with a bouncer who claimed Lil Wayne attacked him outside a Hollywood nightclub in 2016.

Plaintiff Andrew Nunemacher’s attorneys filed court documents with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Jon R Takasugi on Monday stating that the lawsuit was conditionally settled, but the papers provided no information on the proposed settlement terms or what must occur to make the settlement official. Additionally, Nunemacher’s attorneys stated that they intend to file papers seeking the case’s dismissal by June 1.

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On June 27, 2016, Nunemacher was working at the Hyde Sunset’s entrance when members of the rapper’s crew became enraged, according to his court documents. 

Nunemacher attempted to safeguard the entrance, but Lil Wayne punched him and managed to knock him to the ground, then decided to throw a cup of alcohol in his face and yelled an epithet at him, referring to him as a “white boy,” according to the June 2017 lawsuit, which alleged civil rights violations as well as assault, battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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The 39-year-old entertainer’s attorneys have denied Nunemacher’s allegations, claiming that security camera footage “completely belying” the attack.

Nunemacher, now 38, said that he endured severe mental and emotional distress, was subjected to numerous invasive surgeries, and was unable to work. However, Lil Wayne’s attorneys stated in court documents that the plaintiff “had no issue working the rest of his shift following the alleged incident.”

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