Written by: Khalif Thompson
Today in Hip Hop News, an anonymous woman who accused Snoop Dogg of sexual assault has dropped her case against the owner of Death Row Records.
After accusing Snoop Dogg of sexual assault, an anonymous woman filed a motion to dismiss her complaint.
The accuser abandoned her complaint on Wednesday, according to court records acquired by AllHipHop (April 6). Snoop Dogg and Bishop Don "Magic" Juan were accused of sexually assaulting an anonymous lady in 2013, according to the Jane Doe complaint.
The anonymous lady asked for the case to be dismissed without prejudice, which means she might re-file her accusations. Snoop Dogg had earlier requested that the matter be dismissed, describing it as a "shakedown."
In a statement to our close sources, Snoop Dogg’s representatives voiced “It is not surprising that the plaintiff dismissed her complaint against the defendants”.
Further, they added “Her complaint was full of false allegations and deficiencies.”
Matt Finkelberg, Jane Doe's attorney, told Rolling Stone that he still believes his client's charges. He didn't say if he planned to refile the sexual assault claim, but he did underline the opportunity to do so in the event of a dismissal without prejudice.
Finkelberg's client filed the suit only a few days before Snoop Dogg appeared at the Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show in February. The legendary rapper disputed all of Jane Doe's charges, claiming she was attempting to extort him.