Rapper Lil' Wayne faces a $1 million (£500,000) lawsuit from a teenager who claims she was trampled during his concert at Morgan State University in 2006 after he tossed a wad of money into the crowd.
Tyrique Layne says the rapper caused a mini-riot and she now suffers from headaches, memory, loss, fatigue and neck and back pain after she was knocked unconscious during the melee.
Police had considered charging Lil' Wayne for causing pandemonium during the Oct. 19 show, but officials at Morgan State instead chose to permanently ban the rapper from performing on campus.
"It was as dangerous a thing to do as standing in a crowded movie theater and shouting, 'Fire,'" said University spokesman Clinton Coleman.
Laynes lawsuit was filed Aug. 28 and names as defendants Wayne, Cash Money Records, Universal Records and the artists touring company, Young Money Touring.
Lil' Wayne was opening for Busta Rhymes at the concert, during which two other women were injured.