Tyga sued over video nudity
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Rapper Tyga is facing legal action from three women, who starred in his video for 'Make it nasty', over allegations they never approved nude shots which featured in the promo.
Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis, and Elizabeth Velasquez filed lawsuits claiming that when they auditioned for their roles in the clip, the casting advert stated there would be no nudity and the video would be "tastefully shot", reported TMZ online.
The trio allege that during filming in July this year, they were asked to appear topless in some scenes but were told they would be "covered" or "edited out".
However, the women claim an unedited version of the video appeared in a post on Tyga's Twitter page.
They are suing for breach of contract, invasion of privacy and fraud.