DaBaby Sued For $117K Over Alleged Attack On Homeowner, Video Surfaces

The legal troubles involving DaBaby and a Los Angeles homeowner were first reported just over a week ago, and now more information about their encounter has surfaced, including a video. The Daily Mail got their hands on court documents filed by 64-year-old Gary Pagar, owner of the Runyon Canyon property that DaBaby and his crew reportedly rented for almost $44K. It’s stated that Pagar was under the impression that the rapper and nine friends were staying at the property for a “private vacation.” However, he learned that they were shooting a music video with upwards of 40 people and a film crew, and when Pagar interrupted them on set at his home, he was reportedly accosted.

DaBaby, Gary Pagar, Lawsuit, Assault, Attack
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In a brief video released by the outlet, Pagar is seen confronting DaBaby and his team before a member of the rapper’s entourage pushes him to the ground. Stunna 4 Vegas quickly jumps in and pushes the unnamed man off of Pagar as the homeowner finds his footing. DaBaby isn’t seen touching anyone because he’s inside of a vehicle at the time with Jake Paul, but Pagar accuses the rapper of getting out of the car to “taunt, threaten and punch” him—incidents that allegedly weren’t captured on film.