Instagram model Lira Galore is accusing her baby daddy Pee Thomas of beating her violently during the first 8 months of her pregnancy.
Galore, 26, claims the Quality Control Music CEO punched her in the face and threw her to the ground. She said she was punched "many times" by the father-of-5, and she's asking for at least $15 million for her injuries.
In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Lira describes 5 separate beatdowns she received at the hands of Thomas.
In one alleged attack, she claims he punched her in the face, threw her to the ground, began choking her and punched her in the head so many times, she developed hematomas. Galore claims Thomas ripped her ring off her finger, dislocating her finger.
In the other four attacks, she claims he routinely punched and choked her. She did not report any of the incidents of violence to police because Thomas allegedly paid her for her silence.
According to TMZ, Galore says in August 2018, after one alleged attack, Thomas tried to "make things right" by buying her a $50,000 SUV. Just 2 weeks later, Lira alleges Thomas shattered the driver side window during a violent altercation and then changed the title out of her name and into his own. She says a week later, he paid her $50,000 not to call the cops.
TMZ reports that Galore made the accusations as part of a custody case Thomas filed back in May in which he requested joint custody of their child to avoid paying her child support.
Galore also filed documents, requesting sole physical custody of the child on the grounds that he "has consistently demonstrated physically violent, emotionally abusive, irrational and erratic behavior."
Galore was previously engaged to rapper Rick Ross. She reportedly moved out of Ross' Atlanta mansion after another woman dropped an infant off on his doorstep, alleging the child was his.
Thomas is co-owner of Quality Control Music label whose roster includes top shelf rappers Cardi B, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, and others.
Galore estimates her baby daddy's net worth at over $50 million. She is asking at least $15 million for her pain and suffering.