Iggy Azalea x Hefe Wine

Iggy Azalea and her ex-boyfriend Hefe Wine have been battling it out in court for a few months now. As previously reported, Hefe has been shopping around a sex tape of himself and Iggy from their relationship years back, as well as making plans to release music that Iggy recorded during their time together. Naturally, Iggy has been doing everything in her power to stop him, and new court documents reveal exactly how she’s feeling about the situation and what went down between the two. Get the full 411 below!

Marisa Mendez

On the leaked items having potential to cause “irreparable harm:”

“…efforts to exploit the material he stole from me also are an extremely upsetting extension of the terrible abuse he inflicted on me when I was a teenager. I want the public to know that my work is authentic and as I intended it to be. I do not want the public to be confused by defendants’ efforts to pass off the inferior pastiches of a scoundrel as my work.”

On the music he wants to leak that are “demos and sketches” from ’07 & ’08:

“I never intended those recording to be finished musical works. They were preliminary drafts, notes and studies of performance styles I was experimenting with at the time.”

How they met:

She was 17 in early 2008 when she arrived in Houston, Texas, from her native Australia “to pursue my dream of becoming a professional hip-hop recording artist,” she says. When she met Williams a month later, she claims he told her he owned an oil company and a music company.

“I was running out of money and thought I would have to return home to Australia,” Azalea says. “Williams convinced me to stay by promising to furnish a vacant property he owned for me to live in. He told me I should stay with him and sleep on his couch while he arranged to furnish my place. I naively trusted him.”

How it went bad:

“Almost immediately after I moved my things into his apartment Williams became aggressive and possessive and made unwelcome sexual advances. He isolated me and told me to stop communicating with my musical collaborators. He intercepted contact information from my new acquaintances, never left me alone with other people, and followed me everywhere. When I told him I wanted to leave, he threatened to ruin my career by calling his supposed music industry contacts and telling them not to work with me.”

It gets so much more juicier, though! Click here to read the entire document. This is nuts! Who do you think will prevail in court?

Source: RO