Well this is pretty disturbing.
Iggy Azalea has outlined the many ways that her ex Hefe Wine made her life a living hell, in new court documents obtained by Radar Online.
The rapper, who sued her ex a few months ago after he allegedly stole her hard drive and tried to sell a sex tape of her, has now made shocking claims that she was threatened and abused by him as a teenager.
"[Hefe's] efforts to exploit the material he stole from me are an extremely upsetting extension of the terrible abuse he inflicted on me when I was a teenager," Iggy said in the sworn statement obtained by Radar.
The star, who was 17 when she made the move from Australia to the US to pursue her dream of becoming a hip-hop artist, said Hefe convinced her to stay with him when her money was running low.
Iggy said she "naively trusted" him at the time but then he started to become "aggressive and possessive and made unwelcome sexual advances."
"He isolated me and told me to stop communicating with my musical collaborators," the 24-year-old said. "He intercepted contact information from my new acquaintances, never left me alone with other people, and followed me everywhere.
Eventually Iggy fled home to Australia in late 2008 when she discovered he was living a double life – he was married, had a criminal record and no record company.
"When I told him I wanted to leave," she said. "He threatened to ruin my career by calling his supposed music industry contacts and telling them not to work with me."
The star returned to the US in 2009 to resume working on her career when Hefe found her again.
"He told me he had stolen the entire contents of my personal computer," she said. "Including all my music, and uploaded it to a thumb drive. He emailed me some of the files he had stolen to prove what he had done. He threatened to find me and 'drag me back' to him.
"[His threat] made me so fearful for my physical safety that I temporarily moved back home to Australia to get away from him."
The stolen files referred to in the case were "demos and sketches" she was working on as a teenager in 2007 and 2008.
"I never intended those recording to be finished musical works," she said. "They were preliminary drafts, notes and studies of performance styles I was experimenting with at the time.
Hefe had apparently been releasing songs claiming to be "Hefe Wine featuring Iggy Azalea" and Iggy wants all her fans to know that the work is not legit.
"I do not want the public to be confused by defendants' efforts to pass off the inferior pastiches of a scoundrel as my work," she said. "I want the public to know that my work is authentic and as I intended it to be."
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