Without going into details, Lloyd's also noted that its policies exclude any losses caused directly or indirectly by the possession or use of illegal drugs, the impact of prescription drugs not used as prescribed, or the use of alcohol.
The court documents said in order to protect West "from public disclosure of details of his private life," Lloyd's would not include specific information it had obtained in relation to the claim. Lloyd's did say the underwriters' investigation found "substantial irregularities in Mr. West's medical history."
West, 40, sued Lloyd's, an insurance market housing more than 80 syndicates in London, for nearly $10 million in insurance payouts after he abruptly canceled his Saint Pablo tour in November 2016 with more than 20 shows left.
The musician's lawsuit, filed in early August, said he was hospitalized with a "serious, debilitating medical condition," following a week of no-shows, curtailed concerts and on-stage political rants.
West's lawsuit said Lloyd's had suggested "they may deny coverage of the claim on the unsupportable contention that use of marijuana by Kanye caused the medical condition."