Rappers Snoop Dogg and The Game are being sued by a former fan who alleges he was assaulted, humiliated and robbed onstage during a concert in Seattle, Washington, last year (05). RICHARD MONROE II has filed a $20 million (GBP11.4 million) lawsuit against Snoop, The Game, Kurupt and SNOOPAFLY. The 25-year-old claims he was encouraged to jump onstage during the May 2005 gig at Seattle's White River Amphitheatre where Snoop's co-performers and security personnel "restrained, dragged, kicked, punched and jumped" him until he was "beaten unconscious". Monroe says the rappers further humiliated him in front of a cheering audience by pouring drinks on him, while performing Snoop's hit GIN AND JUICE. The musicians then stole his rings, diamond earrings, wallet and mobile phone, according to the lawsuit. Monroe doesn't accuse Snoop - real name CALVIN BROADUS - of taking part in the alleged attack, but claims he let the incident occur and is responsible for having poorly trained bodyguards. A spokesman for Snoop, MEREDITH O'SULLIVAN, tells the New York Daily News, "In December 2004, a fan jumped onstage at a (DAMAGEPLAN) rock concert in Columbus, Ohio, and shot and killed a band member ('DIMEBAG' DARRELL ABBOTT) and three others. "A few months later, Richard Monroe jumped onstage during a concert and ran directly at Snoop. He now claims he should have been 'welcomed onstage as a loyal fan'. "This attempt to parlay criminal conduct into a financial windfall is a blatant abuse of the legal system."