Saturday, May 18, 2024

Nasty Nelly Now Has 2 More Women Claiming He Sexually Assaulted Them (Graphic Details)

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*If Nelly thought his issues with women accusing him of sexual assault was limited to one person, he needs to re-think things.

As we reported earlier, the St. Louis bred rapper is being sued by Monique Green for sexual assault and defamation. In an amended complaint, Greene alleges that Nelly, 43, raped her on his tour bus last October. He’s maintaining his innocence in the matter, plus authorities haven’t filed charges against him.

Because of Green’s complaint, we’ve learned that two more women were listed and their testimonies have been presented as evidence. The women (whose identity remains anonymous), say the rapper allegedly has displayed a pattern of “[preying] on his selected female fans” in order to sexually assault them.

The first woman (listed as Jane Doe 1) says that in June 2016, she was invited by Nelly to a small “VIP room” after a concert. She says he suddenly grabbed her leg and placed his hand under her skirt without consent.

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Meanwhile, the second woman, (listed as Jane Doe 2) says she met Nelly after his December 5, 2017 show in Essex, England. The complaint says she and her friends were invited onto his tour bus. She claims that he took her into a separate room, where he began masturbating in front of her. She says that he then grabbed her hand and placed it on his penis, pushing her head down to force her into oral sex.

Greene, who first accused the rapper in October and then dropped her case after refusing to work with local police, is still seeking an injunction against him, asking a judge to demand he stop assaulting women. She sued him for sexual assault and defamation in December.

In December, Nelly’s attorney spoke to Page Six about Greene’s accusations:

“Nelly has suffered very real damage to his reputation. He has incurred economic loss and painfully has watched his family suffer. As a result, Nelly is planning to proceed with litigation as the first step in restoring his reputation.”

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