Producer Mally Mall is being investigated for allegations related to several accusations of rape and sex trafficking in Las Vegas.

The home of Mall, whose real name is Jamal Rashid, was searched Tuesday following allegations of sex abuse as well as tips received claiming Rashid had guns and exotic animals in his possession. Two monkeys and a serval cat were seized during the raid. The initial warrant reportedly dated back to March 21, but it's unknown why the original operation was aborted. Police requested for the judge to instate an extension which brought about Tuesday's events.

The "Powerglide” producer is being accused of having ties to a Las Vegas sex trafficking ring that was exposed in a federal lawsuit in February as well as four separate allegations of sexual abuse.

TMZ reports an unidentified woman claims that in 2006 one of Rashid's employees allegedly got her involved in a sex trafficking ring headed by him following her reply to a job ad.

The suit alleges the ad was for Rashid’s Dallas-based company, VIP Entertainment. The accuser, who was reportedly in Dallas at the time, alleges that she was unlawfully trafficked across state lines to Las Vegas where the sex ring was in full effect.

She says Rashid was only beginning his music career at the time and was known as a pimp among locals. Initially, she says he only took 30% of her earnings, but he eventually began to take all of it, leaving her enough to cover only food and shelter. She also described being trafficked to several places across the nation, including Chicago and Boston, to perform sex acts.

Additionally, she claims the 41-year-old businessman sexually abused her, saying that he forced her to perform oral sex on him. 

Also in the suit, the Nevada woman is seeking to outlaw legal prostitution in the state, which allows prostitution in rural counties outside of Las Vegas and Reno, the Las Vegas Sun reports. The unidentified woman says the law has created an atmosphere of sexual abuse to which she became victim. She's looking to invalidate brothels, which is one of the state's most profitable businesses.

"Like those subjected to slavery, the prostituted are subject to domination and to the arbitrary will of another person," the suit reads.

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Three other women have come forward with similar stories against Rashid -- each detailing violent sexual encounters.

Page Six reports another unnamed accuser says Rashid reached out to her and flew her to Texas after he discovered videos of her on social media. 

The woman claimed Rashid drugged and raped her at his home, then locked her in a room.

The woman said she became frightened and stayed for two extra days out of fear, stating that she felt the need to submit to save her life. Upon her third day, she then visited the hospital to have a vaginal rash examined. Nurses on the scene reportedly discovered vaginal trauma, a sign of rape, and called the authorities. 

In a separate report, TMZ states people close to Rashid claim the events between him and the woman were consensual. They claim to have proof that the woman was attempting to extort him for money.

The alleged victim has reportedly been in touch with authorities related to sex investigations within the Los Angeles Police Department Robbery Homicide Division.

Steve Sadow, Mally Mall's lawyer, reportedly told TMZ, "This is simply a nonsense lawsuit, and as such, the allegations against Mally Mall are not deserving of further comment." 

"If they had real evidence, they would have arrested him. They don't have evidence. It's bogus. Period," he continued.

Rashid has yet to be arrested. He was detained and released following the raid, but the investigation is ongoing.

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