A bench warrant has been issued for Tyga's arrest after he failed to attend a court hearing.
The 29-year-old rapper had been served an order to appear in court in relation to the fact his company, Tyga Music, has not yet paid out a settlement to a fan who was badly injured at one of his concerts in 2015 but after he failed to attend the hearing, the judge issued a bench warrant and set bail at $250,000, TMZ reports.
A spokesperson for the 'Taste' hitmaker claimed Tyga missed the hearing due to a "last-minute work obligation" and the warrant was only issued to ensure he will definitely be at the next court meeting.
The representative said: "Due to a last-minute work obligation Tyga was traveling and was forced to miss his debtor's exam. The judge issued the bench warrant for the sole purpose of ensuring Tyga will sit for the next Debtor's exam."
The matter stems from legal action taken by Shyanne Riekena in 2015, who won judgement against Tyga Music after a light stand came crashing down on her, leaving her with a four-inch gash on the top of her head.