Snoop Dogg Accused Of Sexual Assault In New Lawsuit
An anonymous woman filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against two men, one of whom being Snoop Dogg, claiming that they sexually assaulted her in 2013 at the rapper’s concert.
According to the suit, Snoop Dogg and his friend Donald Campbell, aka Bishop Don Magic Juan, invited the woman, identified as Jane Doe, and her friend to Snoop Dogg’s studio after the concert. He and Campbell allegedly assaulted her that night and the next day. The woman claims Campbell offered to drive her home, but then drove her to his residence after she fell asleep and forced her to perform oral sex on him.
The woman is described in the lawsuit as a dancer, model and actress, and the lawsuit alleges Snoop Dogg and those in his circle used his powerful position in the entertainment industry to intimidate her into compliance. She was apparently brought to a taping of his web show Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network the night after Campbell assaulted her under the pretext of it being a “career move” for her.
The suit says that at the taping, Snoop Dogg trapped the woman in the bathroom and forced her to perform oral sex on him, and also allegedly masturbated in front of her. She claims she felt pressured because of his “ability to hire and fire her and ensure that she would never be hired in this industry again.”
The woman said through her attorney Matt Finkelberg that she “refuses to be silenced and intimidated any longer.” The suit also alleges that she attempted to resolve the issue through a private mediation, but referred to the conversation as “unsuccessful.”
Snoop Dogg, who is slated to perform at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, has not publicly addressed the allegations in detail but did post a photo on Instagram Wednesday which featured text reading, “Gold digger season is here be careful [nephews] keep ya guard up. And. Keep ya circle small.”