Last month, Blueface got a suspended sentence of  24 – 60 months for grazing a man’s hand during a shooting outside a Las Vegas strip club in October 2022.

He had pleaded guilty to one felony count of discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle and one misdemeanor battery charge with the expectation he would get probation.

That seemed like a pretty sweet deal.

But things weren’t so sweet in civil court.

The Euphoric Gentlemen’s Club got their license revoked because of the incident, which started in their building.

So, they sued Blueface for the loss of business.

Blueface never showed up in court to face the suit.

Last week, a  judge accepted the plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment and awarded the club $12.6 million for lost revenue and $500,000 for other damages.

There is no word on whether Blueface plans on appealing or where he will get $13.1 million from if he doesn’t.


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