Joseph E. Zeidel filed the lawsuit Wednesday in Cook County Circuit Court, according to the Chicago Tribune. The incident allegedly occurred after a June 10 Bone Thugs-N-Harmony concert at Chicago’s Congress Theater.

Zeidel says he paid a person he believed was Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s tour manager $80 so he and his cousin could board the group’s tour bus for a “meet and greet” and “autographs from the band,” according to CBS Chicago.

After roughly thirty minutes of hanging out with group members, Bryon “Bizzy Bone” McCane allegedly began harassing Zeidel and his cousin, telling them to get off the bus.

The rapper allegedly struck Zeidel in the face and head twice, resulting in a fractured and cut nose, broken glasses and other injuries.  

In addition to the physical injuries, Zeidel says he suffered “extreme emotional embarrassment and trauma, with dozens of people watching,” according to CBS Chicago.

CBS Chicago notes that the 24-count lawsuit also names three other members of the group, Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony Inc., the Congress Theater and its owner Erineo C. Carranza, Sick Wid It Tours Inc., BTH Touring Inc., Sumerian Records,, 7th Sign Records LLC., Loco Entertainment, Oraclez Entertainment Inc., Sacrificez Inc., Songster LLC. and Antwan Davis and Mo Thugs Records.