Snoop Dogg Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman In 2013

Snoop Dogg is facing a sexual assault and battery lawsuit for an incident that allegedly happened in 2013, WGN 9 reports. The plaintiff, a woman identified in court as Jane Doe, filed the complaint against the rapper and his associate Bishop Don Magic Juan, whose real name is Donald Campbell. According to the complaint, the men came to know Jane Doe when they hired her as a dancer for their concerts.

In May 2013, the woman said she went to a California nightclub to attend Snoop Dogg’s show, then asked Campbell to take her home later that evening after her friend had left. Snoop’s associate, according to the lawsuit, took the woman back to his house instead. That’s where Campbell allegedly forced his genitals in front of her face and in her mouth without her consent.

Campbell is also accused of forcing the dancer to come with him to Snoop Dogg’s studio despite her telling him that she wasn’t feeling well. Jane Doe said she went to the bathroom after arriving at Snoop Dogg’s studio because she was still feeling sick. Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, allegedly entered the bathroom, ordered the woman to put his genitals in her mouth and later masturbated on her before leaving.

“Defendant Snoop Dogg’s actions were sexually predatorial. Plaintiff found herself thinking about her job security if she displeased Defendant Snoop Dogg. Plaintiff felt pressured by Defendant Snoop Dogg due to his dominance, and his position of power over her, including his ability to hire and fire her and ensure that she would never be hired in his industry again,” the complaint states. 

The lawsuit, filed in the Central District of California, seeks unspecified damages, Reuters reports. The parties tried to resolve the matter through mediation, but the talks broke down, according to the lawsuit.

Snoop is scheduled to perform at Super Bowl LVI on Sunday along with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige.

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