Eliza Seraphin Countersues Future For Defamation

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A paternity test earlier this month proved that rapper Future was indeed the father of model Eliza Seraphin’s daughter after a year of court battles and social media bickering. However, the drama between the two is far from over. 

Seraphin has repeatedly claimed that she and Future engaged in a two year relationship which resulted in the pregnancy of her daughter, Reign. Back in February, Future filed a lawsuit against Seraphin  for defamation and invasion of privacy. Now, Seraphin, most widely known as Eliza Reign, is counter suing the “Life Is Good” rapper, claiming that he spread false allegations about her, portraying her as a gold digger who got pregnant only to benefit financially as well as someone who sleeps around with multiple men, according to the court documents obtained by TMZ. Seraphin also claimed that Future threatened to have her murdered while she was pregnant with their child, which she did report to police as “an attempt to coerce her to terminate her pregnancy.” 

Seraphin also shared text messages that her baby daddy allegedly sent her, which shows the rapper slamming her for speaking out about the case saying,  “let your lawyers speak for u at this point! u bogus, stole my last name now u want to b relevant jus fall back off the net trying to to prove a point.” In another text, Future reportedly wrote, “TMZ this bitch stole my last name I think that’s what i heard! I will never respect a clout chasing bitch NEVERRRRRRR FOH.”

Future took to Twitter to wish each of his children’s mothers a Happy Mother’s Day with Seraphin noticeably absent from his shoutouts. Instead, he seemingly took a shot at Seraphin the following day tweeting, “Teach these hoes how to keep they business off the internet.”

Messy, messy.

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