As People reports, the woman (identified only as "Jane Doe") is seeking damages of $25 million, claiming that the negligence of Drake, Future and the other defendants led to the alleged attack during a August 14, 2016 show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
But on the way to the backstage area, the man - who police had identified as Leavy Johnson - apparently violently attacked and raped her. Johnson has since been arrested by the police, and there's enough evidence there that cops have charged him with rape.
In addition, Johnson reportedly had an outstanding warrant for assault at the time of the alleged attack.
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The plaintiff argues in her suit that "each and every one of the defendants was the agent of the others in the context of the event, and, as a result, each is responsible for the conduct of the others".
Reps for Drake and Future did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.