The Detroit-area rapper, who accumulated multiple weapons charges June 3 and 4 in two separate incidents involving an unloaded gun, can now add a resulting civil suit to his woes.

John Guerra, the man Eminem allegedly caught smooching his wife in a Warren, Mich., nightclub parking lot, filed suit June 9.

The suit against Eminem (real name: Marshall Bruce Mathers III) alleges that Guerra “still fears for his life” well after the confrontation.

“I never wanted to live so bad in my life until those few minutes,” Guerra said after filing the Macomb County Circuit Court lawsuit.

“I still shake about it,” Guerra told the Detroit Free Press. “It was the scariest moment of my life.”

In his lawsuit, which seeks an unspecified amount in damages, Guerra accuses Eminem of hitting him in the head and face. Guerra alleges that the rapper told him twice that “I’m going to kill you” as they struggled for control of the unloaded gun.

Although Macomb County Prosecutor Carl Marlinga said Guerra told police he received “a rather intimate kiss” from Kimberly Mathers, Guerra told reporters Friday. “It was just a simple, friendly kiss.”

“Kim and I were embracing, she gave me a kiss and the next thing I hear is ‘Gun, gun, gun!'” Guerra told The Macomb Daily of Mount Clemens. “We’re just friends. I barely knew her. I know her sister.”

Eminem is free on $100,000 bail in the incident. Kim Mathers is also free on bail after being charged with disorderly conduct.

In February, Eminem won a Grammy in the best rap album category for his debut release, The Slim Shady LP, and another Grammy in the best rap solo performance category for the album’s hit single “My Name Is.”

Eminem has the No. 1 album in the country, The Marshall Mathers LP. It sold 1.76 million copies in the week after its May 23 release.