A woman who accused Snoop Dogg, the US rapper and TV personality, of sexual assault has withdrawn the charges.


In February, the woman, identified as Jane Doe, had sued the rapper for allegedly forcing oral sex on her in 2013.

In the lawsuit, the woman claimed that the incident occurred when she attended one of his shows in Anaheim, California.

She had also accused Bishop Don Juan, Snoop’s long-time friend, of harassing her.


In the lawsuit, she had demanded unspecified damages said to be valued at $10 million from Snoop and his friend.

At the time, the 50-year-old rapper had denied the allegation and called on the public to be careful of “gold digger season”.

Reuters, citing court documents, reports that Matt Finkelberg, Jane Doe’s lawyer, filed a notice to withdraw the suit at the US district court for Central California.


No reason was, however, given for withdrawing the lawsuit.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the rapper was quoted as saying the suit’s withdrawal did not come as a surprise, adding that it “was full of false allegations and deficiencies”.

“It is not surprising that the plaintiff dismissed her complaint against the defendants. Her complaint was full of false allegations and deficiencies,” the statement reads.


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