Snoop Dogg Calls for Dismissal of Revived Sex Assault Lawsuit

The rapper argues that his Jane Doe accuser, who re-filed her lawsuit in July, “fails to screech something else assembly the definition of her flawed claims”

Nancy Dillon
Nov 05, 2022

Snoop Dogg speaks at Staples Center on February 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE

Snoop Dogg is all over again asking a federal think to brush off sex assault and trafficking claims from a Jane Doe accuser who first sued the rapper in February, voluntarily withdrew her claims in April, and then sued again in July.

In her revived lawsuit, the unidentified woman alleges the rapper conspired with a chum to trap her to a recording studio in 2013, corner her in a leisure room and power her correct into a sex act.

Within the contemporary dismissal hump filed Thursday, Snoop and his lawyers claim the accuser waited too prolonged to carry her sex assault claims and doesn’t exclaim enough “info” to toughen her extra claims of trafficking and conspiracy. A listening to on the hump is made up our minds for Dec. 1.

Snoop, whose exact name is Calvin Broadus, has denied any wrongdoing via his lawyers.

In a contemporary commentary sent to Rolling Stone, Snoop’s spokesperson says the accuser filed her preliminary claims four days sooner than Broadus used to be on account of fabricate in the 2022 Ravishing Bowl Halftime Explain as allotment of an alleged “shakedown.” The spokesperson describes the re-filed criticism as “meritless.”

“Ms. Doe’s (revived) criticism is riddled with falsehoods and fails to screech something else assembly the definition of her flawed claims,” the spokesperson says. “Snoop Dogg appears forward to proving the falsity of these allegations and acquiring, all over again, their dismissal.”

The pending lawsuit filed in federal court docket in Los Angeles retains the preliminary claims for sex assault, sexual battery, trafficking, defamation, and intentional infliction of emotional anxiousness posed in the plaintiff’s first amended criticism pushed apart in April. When she re-filed in July, the accuser moreover added a contemporary conspiracy claim alleging Snoop and his co-defendant friend Donald Campbell engaged in a “device” to entice, transport, and power girls into sexual exercise with the rapper.

“Plaintiff silent fails to screech info demonstrating Mr. Broadus proposed any ‘enticement’ to plaintiff. Equally, plaintiff makes no moral allegations of an exact succor Mr. Broadus promised to plaintiff – or in any other case talked about with her or offered – as allotment of any purported quid pro quo,” the contemporary hump received by Rolling Stone argues.

The submitting claims Jane Doe “likewise fails to screech what Mr. Broadus acknowledged or did to her that can perchance perchance constitute a “industrial sex act” below the statute and alleges the statute of limitations for her assault and battery claims lapsed in 2015.

In her July criticism, Jane Doe alleged Campbell enticed her to toddle to the recording studio by pronouncing Broadus had requested her presence and used to be casting a “weather woman” for his web-basically basically based fully news provider.

The lawsuit claims Broadus adopted Jane Doe correct into a leisure room on the studio, grabbed her shoulder, “ordered” her to accept his penis in her mouth, and ejaculated on her chest and neck. The accuser says she “reluctantly complied with his lewd instructions” on account of she used to be “anxious and anxious.”

Jane Doe’s lead lawyer, Matt Finkelberg, didn’t right away retort to a search recordsdata from for commentary from Rolling Stone sent Friday. In a outdated commentary, he blasted Broadus’ camp for figuring out his client by name in step with prior media inquiries.

“Our client had the braveness to face up for her rights and made up our minds that her memoir would possibly perchance well perchance now no longer be silenced. Our client would no longer possess the vitality of over 60 million Instagram followers or the elite celeb predicament of ‘Snoop Dogg’ and all the pieces that comes with it. She is good one woman who used to be fearless enough to face up for herself,” Finkelberg acknowledged. “We applaud her bravery and hope that Mr. Broadus and his spokesperson’s actions attain no longer extra deter girls from coming forward in opposition to their sexual harassers.”

From Rolling Stone US.

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