It looks like Mac Miller isn’t the only one feeling the wrath of the legal system. Now, AllHipHop reports that Game was recently hit with a lawsuit over a mixtape beat.

Producer Infamous alleges that he gave the California rapper a beat in 2010 to decide whether he wanted to use it on a project. Apparently, the producer never heard back from Game about the track and it was used without his consent as “Skate On” on his California Republic mixtape.

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Infamous also says that he attempted to get into contact with Game via a letter, but that the Compton emcee never responded. He is seeking $100,000 compensation in the suit.

This isn’t the first time Game’s headed to court over a mixtape beat. Last year, RZA filed suit against the emcee over the song “Heartbreak” from his Purp & Patron mixtape.

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