Quavo Hit With Lawsuit for Allegedly Beating Up Limo Driver in Las Vegas

The Migos rapper is being sued by a man named Terrill R. Cowans after he and his entourage allegedly brutally attacked the limo driver 'unprovoked' outside Virgin Hotels.

AceShowbiz - Quavo has been slapped with a new lawsuit filed by a Las Vegas limo driver. In the court documents, the "Bad and Boujee" rapper allegedly attacked the driver, whose name is Terrill R. Cowans.

The legal papers obtained by TMZ on Thursday, December 30 claimed that the Migos rapper and his entourage physically assaulted Terrill outside Virgin Hotels. Terrill, who is represented by Peter S. Christiansen, R. Todd Terry, Whitney J. Barrett and Keely A. Perdue of the Las Vegas law firm Christiansen Trial Lawyers, added that five persons brutally attacked him "unprovoked" after they mistakenly believed he'd left a different member of the group behind at a club on July 3.

"When plaintiff responded, the Migos artists and affiliates told plaintiff to 'shut the f**k up,' and one of the Migos artists threw a bottle at the plaintiff," attorneys for Terrill wrote in the lawsuit. "Plaintiff was then attacked by three to five Migos artists and/or affiliates who repeatedly punched and kicked plaintiff causing plaintiff injuries."

In addition to accusing Quavo and his crew of assault, battery and negligence, Terrill also targeted Virgin Hotels itself. His lawyers claimed that the hotel's security guards were present when the alleged incident occurred, but "failed to take action against the aggressors who were verbally and physically attacking the plaintiff."

"Virgin owed a duty of due care to the plaintiff to provide adequate security for patrons," the legal documents stated. "Plaintiff suffered a severe beating without the aid of security personnel to deter conduct, intervene and/or call for emergency assistance."

Aside from Quavo and Virgin Hotels, Terrill also listed other defendants which included Migos Touring Inc., as well as several other individuals present at the alleged incident. Though so, the suit didn't name Takeoff or Offset, the other two members of Migos.

This wasn't the first time Quavo, born Quavious Keyate Marshall, has been involved in a violent incident. In March, shocking footage of the 30-year-old rapper getting into a physical altercation in an elevator with his then-girlfriend, raptress Saweetie, was leaked online.

However, both Quavo and Saweetie wouldn't be criminally charged over their elevator fight as the L.A. City Attorney's Office decided against filing charges recently. The authorities reportedly came to the conclusion that neither Quavo nor Saweetie was probably going to be convicted on the available evidence.

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