While her views on the horrifying claims are unknown, it's clear she won't be parting ways with the rapper when it comes to their business endeavors, as she took to her Instagram Story Wednesday, March 17, to promote the duo's new NBC show, American Song Contest.
The advertisement poster for the reality show Clarkson and Snoop will be hosting together features the pair front and center with the name of their show appearing below them. "5 more days, y’all!" the American Idol star, 39, excitedly wrote alongside the post while tagging the 50-year-old.
NBC also shared a poster of the "Young, Wild & Free" artist to promote the highly anticipated show on their Instagram less than a week ago, according to Radar.
As OK! reported, a woman using the pseudonym Jane Doe filed a lawsuit in February claiming to have been assaulted by both Snoop, born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., and his associate Bishop Don “Magic” Juan in 2013.
The alleged attack reportedly took place at the home of his apparent pal, whose real name is Donald Campbell, after she accepted a ride home from him following Snoop's concert at Heat Ultra Lounge in Anaheim, Calif., that May.
According to the alleged victim — who used to work as an onstage dancer — she fell asleep in Donald's car and woke up being taken to his house rather than her own. Doe ended up going inside his home because she was "exhausted" and needed more sleep, but when she woke up again, Donald had “removed his penis from his pants” and “repeatedly shoved his penis into [her] mouth,” the accuser alleged.
After the apparent assault, she claimed Donald told her Snoop wanted to see her in the studio. In the hopes of "advancing her career," the woman admitted she agreed to join the "Drop It Like It's Hot" artist, who was filming his show, Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network, at the time.
Doe claimed she didn't feel well when she got to the studio and went to the bathroom, where Snoop allegedly walked in and forced her to perform a sexual act.
The new owner of Death Row Records has publicly denied the allegations, calling his accuser a "gold digger" who is trying to seek a pay day, given that she filed the lawsuit right before his Super Bowl halftime performance that month.
Days after Snoop moved to dismiss the lawsuit in court, Radar reported Doe filed an amended lawsuit. The plaintiff added claims of defamation over the statements Snoop and his team made in the days after the case was filed in court.
"The allegations by [Jane Doe] of sexual assault by Calvin Broadus (known as Snoop Dogg), are simply meritless. They appear to be part of a self-enrichment shakedown scheme by [Jane Doe] to extort Snoop Dogg...[Jane Doe]’s scheme involves concocting a legal complaint as an anonymous 'Jane Doe' plaintiff, and, knowing full well it can be a public document, filing this complaint late Wednesday, only three days before the Super Bowl," the statement made by Snoop's rep read.
The woman took the statement as a sign of Snoop trying to harass her since it mentioned her name. "Snoop yet again, is demonstrating his pattern of practice of scaring, intimidating, retaliating against, and harassing victims of sexual harassment," her lawyer stated.
Snoop has yet to respond to her most recent claim of harassment.