Nelly’s Alleged Sexual Assault Victim Accuses Rapper of Intimidation
The woman who is accusing rapper Nelly of sexual assault claims he is trying to intimidate her in the lawsuit she filed against him.
The woman known only as Jane Doe, responded to the rapper’s request to dismiss the case unless she reveals her identity.
The Blast reports that the woman is demanding The motion for her identity to be publicly revealed to be denied.
“Nelly is attempting to intimidate his sexual assault victim into dropping her case by publicly ‘outing’ her,” Her attorney states. “There is no other reason.”
“There is no prejudice to the Defense in allowing Plaintiff to stay out of the public eye such that her identity remains known only to the Court and to the parties here.”
She adds that the courts have previously found that allegations of “sexual assault and rape, as in this case, concern highly sensitive and personal subjects, and that forcing the victims to identify themselves publicly would deter those victims and others from reporting their assaults.”
She wants the judge to deny the rapper’s request so that she can move forward with her case.
As we reported, Nelly allegedly assaulted the woman at a concert in England back in 2017.