Hefe Wine (Maurice Williams) the ex-boyfriend of Iggy Azalea in July of this year, put out a press release announcing several companies had secured the rights to an EP of Iggy Azalea’s early music from 2008, called Inizio. Some of those songs appeared in digital music stores before Azalea’s label shut them down with cease-and-desist orders. Last week TMZ quoted Williams as saying he had a contract that allows him to sell, distribute and promote any recording featuring Azalea and her image.At first Iggy Azalea denied knowing Hefe Wine, next she denied she was in the sex tape only to later approx 3 days get over her amnesia and recall an ex-boyfriend she possibly could have made a tape with when she was underage. Child porn? Hardly! Iggy Azalea now remembers that she in fact used to date and live with Hefe Wine in the city of Houston and then Atlanta. Her memory kicked in just in time to have her lawyers file a lawsuit stating the following:
The Australian emcee alleges Maurice Williams (also a rapper under the name Jefe Wine and other variations) downloaded the contents of her computer without consent several years ago and has been using a forged contract to release some of the music he obtained. But the lawsuit says that agreement is a forged, modified version of an old management contract Azalea once signed — not a valid document that gives him the right to release her music or profit off Azalea’s image and trademark. THR was unable to reach Williams for comment. Williams did not respond to TIME’s request for comment.