The woman who alleged that she was attacked and pistol-whipped by Yung Berg has filed a restraining order against the hip-hop star detailing his alleged brutality, including a new allegation he threatened to end her life.
According to the legal documents obtained by The Blast, Talia Tilley claims she was brutally hit in the “face with the bottom of what appeared to be a pistol,” and held at gunpoint as the Love, and Hip Hop star threatened to kill her.
Tilley detailed the horrifying incident in her restraining order filing and included several photos of the bruises the alleged assault caused on her body.
In her account, the woman claimed Yung Berg (real name Christian Ward) invited her to his home on the night in question, even sending an Uber to pick her up from a party.
The model said she hung out and talked with Berg at his home and later spent the night engaging in sexual intercourse but was awakened by the rapper after her phone kept ringing throughout the night.
“At around 5 am while I was asleep, Christian began to aggressively shake me and hit me. He was yelling at me to “get up.” He told me my phone was ringing continuously and asked who was calling me and why my phone was ringing so much. I told him I could just turn the ringer off. Christian was not satisfied with this answer. He kept interrogating me and accusing me of trying to “rob him.” He demanded that I hand over my phone. Christian then got out of bed and began walking around his home, checking his doors. He kept accusing me of trying to rob him and repeatedly asked me to hand over my phone. I did not want to give him my phone, and we began arguing.”
Elsewhere in her request for a restraining order, Tilley claimed, “Christian then began slapping me and pushed me to the ground. I tried to defend myself against the slapping and pushing. However, I was unable to. At this time, I knew I had to get myself to safety. I got myself off the ground and ran to the nearby bathroom and locked the door. I begged Christian to just let me go home because I did not know what was wrong or why he was so upset. Christian continued screaming at me through the closed bathroom door. I told him I was going to open the bathroom door and leave to go home.”
The woman said that as soon as she opened the door in an attempt to leave, Berg attacked her, hitting her in the face with the butt of a gun.
“He told me, ‘you aren’t going anywhere.’ He then tried to grab my phone out of my hand. I was able to quickly close the bathroom door. I attempted to stop the bleeding from my nose. However, there was blood everywhere. I decided to try and make a run for my safety. When I opened the bathroom door again, Christian slapped me and said,’Bi*** you’re trying to rob me!'” she said.
Tilley also revealed that she was approached by members of Yung Berg’s security, who also accused her of trying to rob the rapper and demanded that she turn over her phone. After her encounter with his security, Tilley said Berg attacked her again.
“Christian then forcefully hit me with the bottom of his pistol again. He then began slapping me until I handed my phone over to his security guard. They then demanded that I give them the passcode for my phone. I was in a state of shock and in fear for my life. I complied with their orders. Christian’s security guard began going through my phone. He then put my phone in his pocket,” she continued.
She claimed she was held for hours at his home and was even promised she’d receive medical attention, but no one ever came. After hours being held against her will, security dragged her to the front door and put her out- not before returning her purse and phone.
In her legal filing, Tilley recalled, “When I got home I was scared, anxious and in a lot of pain. I had a broken nose, two black eyes, a swollen face, and painful ribs. I also had a cut to my forehead, nose, and the side of my face. I knew I needed medical attention. I went to the hospital and ended up getting several stitches in my face and on my side by my ribs. At the hospital, I told the staff that Christian had assaulted me. The hospital staff then called the police. The police took a report and granted me an emergency protective order. “
Celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom is now representing Tilley.