Last week, a Los Angeles judge handed an order demanding rapper Game—real name Jayceon Taylor—settle his $90,999 bill with Southern California jewelry company Lemmerman’s Incorporated. According to the original complaint filed in 2010 and obtained by, Game ordered the following:

•    a 14K white gold 36″ chain with white stones for $15,000
•    a 14K yellow gold 36″ chain with yellow stones for $15,000
•    a diamond stud for $4,000
•    a 14K white gold 5-row bracelet for $17,500
•    a 14K yellow gold 5-row bracelet for $17,500
•    two other gold pieces for $30,000

The complaint also states Game paid a large portion of the bill a few years ago, but the remainder has been amassing interest since then, and no further payments have been made. The Los Alamitos-based jewelry company has made custom jewelry for the likes of NFL player Chad Ochocinco and a number of other high-profile athletes and entertainers. A Black Wall Street chain, presumably made for Game, is displayed on the company’s Facebook page. Game has yet to address the matter publicly.