AceShowbiz - Future has intensified his defamation case against the woman claiming to mother his one-year-old baby girl. In new court documents he filed on May 4, the "Life Is Good" hitmaker accused Eliza Reign of trying to create job opportunities for herself by making false claims about him and their relationship.
In the amended complaint obtained by Bossip, the 36-year-old rapper detailed that Eliza's false accusations included one that he tried to force her to get an abortion and threatened her with murder when she refused to do so. He further noted his humiliation over her blabber about their sex life.
According to Future, Eliza was making the claims in an attempt to become famous and to boost her social media followers. The "Mask Off" rhymer additionally claimed that her false accusations had "turned his world upside down" and affected his career and reputation negatively, leading him to suffer "tremendous emotional distress."
The court papers reportedly also included a cease and desist letter dated January 2020 that was addressed to Eliza. In the letter, Future's lawyer suggested that Eliza has "payments sent to her Cash App account that were consistent with sex work or another illegal activity," but Future will not bring it to light "to protect and preserve [Eliza's] public character."
Future and Eliza have been entangled in legal battle for quite a while now. In March, the two were fighting over child support. While she sought more than $53,000 a month in her child paternity case against the rapper, he has filed a motion for a downward deviation. He argued that she only needs $450 per month.
In his filing, Future additionally accused Eliza of calling her child a "check baby." As a response, Eliza posted on Instagram Stories, "I have never referred to Reign as a 'check baby.' Others who dislike me have. People can make claims all day but that's a bit much. I love my baby and it shows."
"Haven't got a half penny since I got pregnant and she's almost a year old. WHAT CHECK? WHAT," she continued. "I just gotta clear that up cuz at this point, it's harassment, slander, and defamation." She continued, "At this point, even I'm tired of hearing about the case. It's much easier to just be responsible. Honestly."