Nelly’s Rape Accuser Sues for Sexual Assault and Defamation

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Monique Greene didn’t want to testify against Nelly in her criminal rape case, but the hostess still wants justice.

Greene sued the rapper for sexual assault and defamation on Dec. 18, according to a Kings County Superior Court docket. A clerk confirmed to Page Six on Wednesday that the case is for sexual assault and defamation.

The Seattle-based hostess, 21, claimed in her suit that she went to 43-year-old Nelly’s performance on Oct. 6, 2017 at the club she worked at even though she wasn’t on the schedule that night, according to TMZ.

She drank with him and his entourage afterwards, and Nelly invited her to their after-party. They took an SUV together from the club to Nelly’s tour bus — parked in a Walmart parking lot — and she immediately sat down on Nelly’s bed once they boarded. She claimed that he started masturbating and then had oral and vaginal sex with her against her will.

Greene also claimed that Nelly refused to use protection.

She claims she then screamed that she wanted to get off the bus and one of his entourage members pushed her off. Before she left, she says that Nelly threw a $100 bill at her.

Greene said that Nelly harassed her from the bus as she waited for her Uber, so she proceeded to call 911. The police ended up taking the rapper into custody, while she completed a rape kit at a local medical facility.

Her defamation claim comes from the events that transpired afterwards, as she claimed that Nelly and his team started a campaign against her.

Page Six reported that the “Dilemma” singer was first arrested for rape in October and spent a mere few hours in jail. He denied the allegation and was spotted partying in Miami shortly after his release.

Soon after, Greene decided she wanted to drop the charges and refused to cooperate with the Kings County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. The case was dropped earlier this month.

The “Ride Wit Me” hitmaker announced his intentions to pursue legal action against her for ruining his reputation late last week.

Nelly’s lawyer did not immediately return our request for comment.

Source: Page Six

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