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Statement Released After Woman Accuses Snoop Dogg Of Sexual Assault

Rebecca Shepherd

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Statement Released After Woman Accuses Snoop Dogg Of Sexual Assault

A statement has been released after a woman accused Snoop Dogg of sexual assault.

The anonymous woman is working with lawyer Matt Finkelberg, who has said his client hopes to inspire other victims of sexual harassment, assault and battery.

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

In a statement, Mr Finkelberg told LADbible: "Snoop Dogg has a long history of criminal activity. Reportedly, he is an admitted former 'Pimp'.

"Throughout his life, he reportedly publicly threatened and intimidated women including Gayle King, Iggy Azalea, another women who accused him of rape, and most recently our client. 

"We believe, trust, and stand with our client and we are confident a jury will too. 

"We take great pride in representing our courageous and brave client who refuses to be silenced and intimidated any longer. 

"Our client's hope is to inspire other victims of sexual harassment, assault, and battery to understand that they have rights, will be protected, and although they are victims, they will not have to be silenced forever." 

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

In the lawsuit, the woman claims she attended a concert back in 2013 and afterwards she visited Snoop Dogg's studio.

She claims later in the evening she was offered a ride home by Snoop Dogg's associate Bishop Don Juan, who instead took her back to his home after she fell asleep in the car.

The next morning, she says that Juan allegedly 'forced his penis into her mouth'.

Later that day, the woman claims she was taken to Snoop's studio, where the rapper cornered her and forced her into oral sex.

The claims have come days before Snoop is due to perform at the Super Bowl half time show on Sunday (13 February).

In an Instagram post that has since been deleted, the rapper wrote: "Gold digger season is here … be careful nefews [his name for fans] … keep ya guards up … And. Keep ya circle small."

LADbible has contacted a representative for Snoop Dogg for a comment.

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Topics: Snoop Dogg, Music

Rebecca Shepherd
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