Busta Rhymes was ordered to pay $75,000 to a man that accused the rap star of assaulting him after an attack in 2003.
Alex Duncan claimed Busta Rhymes, born Trevor Nelson and an unnamed bodyguard sprayed water on him, punched and beat him during a rap concert at SUNY Albany.
According to the New York Post, during court proceedings, Duncan claimed that he suffered psychological damages and has nightmares because of the attack.
“I wanted something to come out of it. I don’t even go to parties anymore, because there’s always someone asking, ‘What happened to that Busta Rhymes case, ” Duncan testified in court.
Robert Kalina, Busta Rhymes’ lawyer for the trial, was not in court for the trial or damage hearings.