The Woman Who Accused Snoop Dogg of Sexual Assault, Claims He Harassed Her for Filing Lawsuit
Snoop Dogg has been accused of launching a harassment campaign against the woman who filed a lawsuit against him for sexual assault.
The Jane Doe in the suit added defamation claims against the rapper and his management team in legal documents submitted on March 10. In the amended documents, it is noted that a private mediation between the plaintiff and defendants took place last month, but it did not succeed.
“Immediately after the mediation ended, and in direct retaliation for plaintiff’s complains of sexual assault and sexual battery, defendant Snoop Dogg posted the below image on his Instagram, calling plaintiff a ‘gold digger,’ while including emojis of a judge and police officer, obviously threatening, harassing, and retaliating against plaintiff that he will take similar action against plaintiff that defendant Snoop Dogg did with Ms. Bell,” said the documents.
“Defendant Snoop Dogg on behalf of himself and his entities … threatened plaintiff with criminal prosecution and a lawsuit, and harassed plaintiff because she complained of sexual harassment, assault, and battery,” the document continues. “Snoop … retaliated against plaintiff through the above Instagram post.”
Snoop, along with his friend Bishop Don "Magic" Juan, was accused of sexually assaulting the model and a dancer in 2013. The two men allegedly repeatedly asked her to perform oral sex on them while exposing themselves, with Juan allegedly forcing his penis in her face.
Snoop filed a dismissal request last month, in which he denied all the allegations. “Nothing remotely resembling plaintiff’s story about defendant Calvin Broadus [Snoop Dogg] ever happened,” said Snoop via his legal team. “He vehemently denies ever engaging in any sex act with plaintiff or assaulting or battering her.”