Aside from being arrested on an outstanding warrant after being flagged for a traffic violation in 2012 and for having paper plates in 2017, Tyga has also been sued by different people over the years. In 2013, he was sued by several women who appeared in his Make It Nasty music video. The women claimed he had shown their nipples without their consent. They were reportedly convinced to dance topless and assured their breasts would be edited out. But Tyga proceeded to release a fully unedited version.
In September 2013, the rapper, whose real name is Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, was also sued by Beverly Hills-based jeweler Jason for not paying for roughly $91,000 worth of jewelry. According to Jason, Tyga agreed to pay $28,275 for the jeweler’s diamond pantheon watch in August 2012 and that he borrowed a $63,000 diamond Cuban link chain in December 2012 but never returned the item. Jason sued Tyga for the cost of both pieces, plus late fees, which totaled up to $185,306.50 in damages.