Slim Thug Sued For Pistol Whipping Man During Business Meeting

A Harris County, Texas man has filed a lawsuit against rapper Slim Thug, who is accused of assaulting the man during a business meeting.

Clarence Evans filed the lawsuit against Slim Thug and Raymond Thomas II on March 18th, in the District Court of Harris County, Texas.

According to the lawsuit, Plaintiff Clarence Evans attended a meeting at a residence in Harris County with Slim Thug and several associates.

Evans claims that he was "suddenly and without warning" attacked by Slim Thug, who allegedly struck Evans in the face with the end of a pistol.

The lawsuit claims that Slim Thug ordered his associates to attack Evans and rob him of his money.

"Defendants participated in the attack and directed the other attendees of the business meeting to attack Plaintiff and steal any money Plaintiff had in his pockets at the time," the lawsuit claims.

Evans is seeking an disclosed amount for a variety of charges.

Evans is suing Slim Thug and his associate Raymond Thomas for medical, hospital and pharmaceutical charges, lost wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish, physical disability and disfigurement.