Slim Thug is facing legal action from a man who claims the rapper assaulted him during a business meeting.
Clarence Evans is suing the hip-hop star and his affiliate Raymond Thomas II over allegations he was "suddenly and without warning" struck in the face with a pistol, according to a lawsuit filed last week in Texas.
Evans alleges the I Run hit-maker, real name Stayve Jerome Thomas, then ordered his associates to take his money.
The lawsuit states: "Defendants participated in the attack and directed the other attendees of the business meeting to attack Plaintiff and steal any money Plaintiff had in his pockets at the time. As a result of the intentional and reckless acts and/or omissions of Defendants, Plaintiff suffered severe injuries and damages."
Evans is seeking an undisclosed amount for medical charges, lost wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish, physical disability and disfigurement, according to AllHipHop.com.