Snoop Dogg’s Sexual Assault Accuser Refiles Suit After Dismissal

Snoop Dogg's Sexual Assault Accuser Refiles Suit After Dismissal
Snoop Dogg's Sexual Assault Accuser Refiles Suit After Dismissal (Image: Screenshot/YouTube/HipHollywood)

Back in April, it was reported that Snoop Dogg’s alleged victim of sexual assault withdrew the charges after the plaintiff asked the court to dismiss the case. U.S. District Judge George H. Wu granted the plaintiff’s request and ordered the complaint to be dismissed.

According to Rolling Stone, the sexual assault complainant re-filed the lawsuit at a California district court on Wednesday (July 20), therefore it appears that the issue is being taken up again.

The original allegations of sexual assault and sexual battery are still included in the revived lawsuit, along with a defamation claim made in an amended complaint submitted in March.

Snoop Dogg is accused of trying to “threaten, intimidate and force [the lady], Jane Doe, into not exercising her constitutional rights to participate in a mediation” through a thinly veiled Instagram post addressing the initial lawsuit, according to Jane Doe.

Snoop allegedly promised to “pursue a malicious prosecution action” against the lady for “tens of millions of dollars” as retaliation, according to the revived lawsuit.

A representative for Snoop Dogg told HipHopDX that “Jane Doe” and her attorney’s new complaint against him is without merit.

“It follows Jane Doe’s attorney’s voluntarily dismissing just a few months ago her previous complaint on the alleged matter. He also dismissed an earlier complaint – this is the third try. As before, this refiled complaint is riddled with and predicated upon falsehoods and inaccuracies. Moreover, as Jane Doe and her attorney know or should know, Jane Doe has never been Snoop Dogg’s employee.”

The victim who first brought this case to light accused Bishop “Magic” Don Juan and the rapper Snoop Dogg of sexual assault after getting a ride from them in 2013 after leaving Snoop’s concert in Anaheim, California.