Iggy Azalea has hit her ex-boyfriend with a legal complaint after he allegedly leaked some of her early unreleased music.
According to court documents obtained by ET, Maurice Williams (a.k.a. rapper Jefe Wine) has been accused of forging a music recording and composition agreement with Azalea, 24, and is being sued for violating copyright on songs like "It Ain't Tricking," "U Ain't My Daddy," "Take My Picture," "Red Bottoms," "Supernova" and "Miss International."
Azalea's lawsuit reportedly claims that an old artist management agreement between Azalea and a management firm run by a man named Kareem Chapman was allegedly transformed into a music recording and composition agreement after Iggy had signed it. Williams reportedly introduced Azalea to Chapman.
Azalea and Williams reportedly first met in Houston in March 2008. Azalea, a native Australian, would have been 17 years old. According to THR, Azalea's lawsuit claims that Williams (allegedly married at the time, unbeknownst to Iggy) set Azalea up with an apartment and later followed her to Atlanta when she moved there in 2009 and moved into her house there.
Soon thereafter "Williams downloaded the entire contents of Azalea's personal computer," Azalea's lawsuit claims.
Yesterday, Azalea was spotted
at a Los Angeles airport looking barely recognizable, sporting a wig and covering up her famous derrière by tying a shirt around her waist.
This lawsuit comes after Azalea took to Twitter
last week to deny rumors of any sex tape featuring her. She also criticized those attempting to "make a profit off someone else's intimate moments against their will."