Woman Drops Sexual Assault Suit Against Snoop Dogg
A Jane Doe who accused the rapper Snoop Dogg of sexually assaulting her in the bathroom of a TV studio dropped her suit against him and his friend Donald Campbell on Wednesday. A reason was not given for why the suit was dropped.
The woman, who remained unnamed, said she was a model, dancer and actress who has worked with the rapper in the past. She claimed that the rapper made sexual advances on her and she “felt pressured” to go through with them due to his status in the industry. Snoop Dogg has denied working with the accuser and called her claims “meritless.”
The suit’s initial filing documents also claimed that she tried to resolve the issue through private mediation that ended up being “unsuccessful.”
A representative for Snoop Dogg said it was “not surprising” that the suit was dropped, because “her complaint was full of false allegations and deficiencies.” In a motion to dismiss the suit that Snoop Dogg filed himself, they claimed that the accuser failed to provide any evidence and denied that he had never asked her for a “quid pro quo” reward for any alleged sexual encounter.