US rappers Drake and Future are being sued by a woman who claims she was raped at their concert by a man associated with the venue, according to a report by People.
The woman listed as 'Jane Doe' says she attended the duo's show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville last August. According to People, the woman claims she was approached by a man associated with Bridgestone Arena who told her he would take her backstage to meet Drake and Future.
The woman says she followed the man identified as Leavy Johnson who then allegedly violently attacked her, causing severe physical and psychological injury. Johnson has since been arrested and charged with rape and is awaiting trial.
According to the lawsuit, Johnson had outstanding warrants for assault at the time of the alleged attack. She says Drake, Future, the arena and multiple others should have known that employing Johnson had the potential to cause a dangerous situation for others.
She's asking for no less than $25 million. Drake, Future and the people in charge arena have not commented on the matter yet.
Drake and Future toured together in the Summer Sixteen Tour last year after the release of their album, 'What a Time to Be Alive'.