Soulja Boy is being sued by an ex-girlfriend who claims she lost her baby at the hands of his alleged abuse.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the unidentified woman, who goes by "Jane Doe," says she was in a long-term relationship with the 30-year-old rapper, and during that time he sexually and physically abused her.
Jane Doe filed the civil lawsuit on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
In the docs, she claims Soulja Boy "threatened her life and engaged in other forms of domestic violence during and after they lived together."
Jane Doe says the rapper, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way, would resort to violence if she didn't want to have sex.
She also alleges in 2016, he pulled a gun on her and threatened to take her life.
One of the most horrific claims Jane Doe makes is that Soulja Boy allegedly caused her to have a miscarriage.
According to the documents, in 2015, the then-couple was having a conversation when the rapper became "irate and violent."
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She alleges Soulja Boy "began to punch" her "in the face and chest, until she could no longer stand on her feet."
"His punches caused her to fall to the ground, where she curled her body in to protect her stomach and used her hands to cover her head," the documents read.
Soulja Boy allegedly didn't stop there.
When Jane Doe was on the ground, the musician reportedly began kicking her "all over her body, particularly in the stomach."
"Soon thereafter, Plaintiff suffered a miscarriage and was unable to carry her pregnancy into full term. Due to the miscarriage, Plaintiff also had to undergo a dilation and curettage procedure to remove her uterine lining after the miscarriage," the docs reveal.
In a statement to Fox News, Jane Doe's lawyer said, "Our client is fortunate she was able to escape Way’s reign of terror and domestic abuse."
"Still, she struggles to rebuild her life as she deals with the stress, fear and humiliation she continues to suffer from the years she remained Way’s emotional and mental captive. She worries about her daughter’s security and safety and about her ability to re-establish her career. How many women’s lives will Way ravage before he is held accountable? We plan for it to end here," the statement concluded.
RadarOnline.com has reached out to Soulja Boy's rep for comment.