Man Claims Rapper Pistol-Whipped Him

    HOUSTON (CN) - A man claims rapper Slim Thug and a crony jumped, pistol-whipped and robbed him when he arrived at a home for a business meeting.
     Clarence Evans sued Stayve Jerome Thomas aka Slim Thug dba Boss Hogg Outlawz and Raymond Thomas III in Harris County Court.
     Evans claims that "soon after entering the home" for the meeting on March 29, 2010, "defendants suddenly, and without warning, attached [sic] plaintiff and violently struck plaintiff in the face using the end of a pistol. 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."
     Evans seeks punitive damages for aggravated assault, theft and gross negligence.
     He is represented by Brant Stogner.