Young Thug has filed a lawsuit against Atlanta-based apartment complex The Trace for “negligence and failure to train its employees” after its concierge service gave his Louis Vuitton bag to somebody else.
According to documents seen by AllHipHop, the bag contained 200 unreleased songs on a hard drive that Thugger claims is estimated at about $1 million USD, $40,000 USD in cash, a diamond-encrusted watch worth $57,000 USD and a diamond chain worth $37,000 USD. The PUNK artist alleges that The Trace did not properly oversee its employees nor have the adequate policies to protect its residents.
Thugger supposedly returned to Atlanta from Los Angeles on the evening of November 1, 2020 and entered the parking garage of The Trace where he accidentally left his LV bag next to his black Lamborghini. One of the residents spotted the bag and reported it to a concierge service employee named Lillie Bouie, who picked it up from the garage and reached out to Young Thug to inform him that she has the item and will keep it on hold until he is able to get bag himself. She also left a written note on the bag instructing her fellow employees not to give it to any resident without contacting her first in order to confirm that the bag is being returned to the proper owner. However, an employee named Latoya Guest released the LV bag to an unknown person and failed to notify Bouie before doing so.
In related news, Young Thug’s PUNK is projected to debut in the top three of next week’s Billboard 200.
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