A woman sued Snoop Dogg in February, alleging that the rapper assaulted her in California in 2013. Snoop Dogg filed petitions for dismissal, and on April 6, the woman and her lawyer submitted a notice of voluntary dismissal.
According to Pitchfork, Jane Doe was suing Snoop Dogg for a breach of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, as well as sexual battery, sexual assault, and other charges. Bishop Don “Magic” Juan and the corporations Gerber & Co, Inc., the Broadus Collection, LLC, Casa Verde Capital, LLC, and Merry Jane Events, Inc. were also identified as co-defendants in Snoop’s case.
Snoop promptly replied to Jane Doe’s charges against him prior to his appearance during the Super Bowl halftime show. He claimed at the time that the case was a “thinly veiled attempt to extort the defendant for money.”
Snoop and Bishop Don Juan allegedly attacked the lady during a 24-hour period in May 2013, according to the victim’s lawsuit. She also alleges she was not rehired because she turned down their advances. Doe also says that Don Juan assaulted her after she accepted a lift home from him. She claims that after being sexually assaulted by Don Juan, they went to Snoop’s recording studio, where Snoop assaulted her in a restroom.
“The allegations of sexual assault against Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) are simply meritless,” a representative for Snoop Dogg stated in a statement. Snoop claimed the case was full of “innuendo and irrelevant statements,” thus he asked for it to be dismissed. The lawyer also thinks the lawsuit was extortionate.
Now Snoop Dogg can carry on and focus on that next big music drop. We’ve been hearing plenty of rumors about that, but first he’ll probably have a couple dozen blunts to celebrate.
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