The "He Ain't Goin'" rapper filed the case in California court on Wednesday (September 17), according to The Hollywood Reporter. There are a total of nine complaints in the suit, including copyright infringement.
She names multiple defendants, including Maurice Williams, also known as Jefe Wine, who in recent days has made claims that he is in possession of the aforementioned alleged sex tape, as well as a contract that allows him to sell it. Although these items are not explicitly referenced in the complaint, there is a mention of "promotional videos featuring an impersonator of Azalea."
Iggy's music is at the heart of this case, specifically a handful of songs that she says she recorded -- pre-fame, in 2008 -- on her personal computer that were stolen and then released by Williams. There's also a claim about a forged contract.
The "Fancy" rapper is looking to be repaid in a number of ways, notably with "compensatory damages plus interest at the legal rate."