Tyga's in hot water over the explicit version of his "Make It Nasty" music video.
TMZ reports that Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis, and Elizabeth Velasquez have filed lawsuits claiming that their nipples were exposed without their permission.
The lawsuit claims that when they auditioned for their roles in the video, the casting ad specifically stated, "There will be no nudity involved in the video, and all the girls will be tastefully shot."
According to the lawsuits, the women were asked to appear topless in some scenes, but were assured their nipples would be "covered" or "edited out."
The girls are suing for breach of contract, invasion of privacy, and fraud.
(December 29, 2012)
UPDATE: HotNewHipHop.com reports that two of three models who sued Tyga late last year for the "Make It Nasty" video are seeking eight figures in damages. Elizabeth Velasquez and Azia Davies are both reportedly seeking $10 million each for the unauthorized nudity in the explicit version of the Alex Nazari-directed video. The third model mentioned in the 2012 report, Alissa Rae Ross, was not mentioned in the latest development.
Tyga, who is currently in an endorsement deal with Reebok, has yet to respond to these new developments.
"Make It Nasty" appeared on Tyga's sophomore album, Careless World: Rise Of The Last King, released early last year.