Rapper, Nelly denies the allegations of rape, says it was consensual (details)


Last year there was a big controversy , that the rapper Nelly raped a woman by the Monique Greene, but now she is refusing to testify in court.

Nelly confirmed that the sex was consensual, inside his tour bus, but according to  Jasmine Brand, he said the two parties have different stories, as to what happened that day, inside the bus .

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In the police documents, both Nelly and Monique have different accounts of what allegedly happened the evening of the incident. In docs, Nelly (who is in a relationship with Platinum life reality star Shantel Jackson) is said to have told police that they had consensual, oral and vaginal sex. He says that Greene removed her own clothing and that he did not use a condom. The 43- year old artist says that he did not ejaculate. He claimed that the woman only got upset because she thought he was involved with one of his dancers, who was also on the bus at the time.

According to Monique:


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She is claiming that Nelly forcefully removed her pants and threw her onto the bed saying “you’re gonna take this d***” and when he was finished, he ejaculated inside of her and on her person.

She also added that Nelly then offered her 2,500 in cash to remain on the bus until their next stop.

Nelly’s camp is planning to sue Greene for damages. There are no further updates on the rappers relationship with Ms. Jackson or which direction the case is headed.

The story is still developing.

Recall that in December, 2017, Nelly was sued for sexual assault and for defamation against the alleged victim, after he publicly denied the accusations.

He was arrested and briefly jailed in October in Auburn, Washington, after being accused of raping the 22-year-old University of Washington student on his tour bus.

He denied the allegations via his attorney.

The criminal case against him collapsed last week, after prosecutors said they couldn’t “proceed or fully assess the merits of the case” without the cooperation of the victim, who said she wanted to stop the investigation.

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