Former Roc-A-Fella executive claims that WeTV purposely kept his son inebriated against his will in order to boost their ratings on their popular reality show Growing Up Hip Hop.

According to a lawsuit obtained exclusively by TMZ, Damon Dash Sr. alleges that his son, Damon “Boogie” Dash Jr., was required to drink alcohol during his appearance on the show to increase viewership, even though they gave a verbal agreement that they keep the younger Dash sober.

Dash says that his family suffered “emotional distress” due to Boogie’s public drunkenness on the show, according to the suit.