Nelly Arrives At West Hollywood Bar Amid Sex Assault Lawsuit Against Him

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Jan. 26 2019, Published 3:06 p.m. ET

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Rapper Nelly enjoyed a night out in West Hollywood on Friday amid an explosive lawsuit where a woman claimed he sexually assaulted her across the pond in England. Read on for all the details.

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Nelly and his girlfriend Shantel Jackson hit up The Nice Guy bar in WeHo.

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The "Hot in Herre" emcee sported a Champion sweatshirt, ripped jeans, St. Louis Cardinals hat and multi-colored sneakers for the outing.

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Shantel exposed her midriff while wearing a black bra, jean jacket and black pants. She accessorized with a Balmain pocketbook and black hat.

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Page Six reported Friday that Nelly is seeking dismissal stemming from a sexual assault case that was initially filed in his hometown of St. Louis in November of 2018.

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The women in question, who is only known as Jane Doe, claimed that the incident happened in England back in December 2017. Nelly wasn't criminally charged and has denied the allegations.

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Nelly’s attorney, Scott Rosenblum, filed a response to the lawsuit Thursday, saying the woman shouldn’t be allowed to remain anonymous.

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This is the second time Nelly has been accused of rape. He was arrested in October 2017 after a woman alleged that he raped her on his tour bus in Auburn, Washington. Prosecutors decided against charging him, citing a lack of cooperation by his accuser.


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