In October Tyga was sued by his former landlord who claimed he owed back rent, and recently the Young Money artist was sued again over his explicit "Make It Nasty" video.  Now his legal woes continue as his one-time accountant has taken him to court and won, alleging T-Raww owed him for an unpaid loan. 

Robert Seltzer, Tyga's former accountant, said he and the artist had an oral agreement in 2011 in which he could use Seltzer's credit card while on tour for per diem charges like hotel, food, and transportation, and he was supposed to pay at him back at the end of the month.  The sum owing was for $13,396, with accrued interest. 

Tyga failed to appear in court so the judge ruled against him, and ordered him to $16,801.67.

[Via TMZ]