Rapper Snoop Dogg sued for alleged 2013 sexual assault and battery

Famous American rapper Snoop Dogg is being sued for alleged assault and battery by a woman who claims the celebrity and an associate of his forced her to perform oral sex on them in 2013.

Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., is accused in the lawsuit of cornering the woman while she was using the bathroom at Broadus’ studio when she went there with his associate, Bishop Don “Magic” Juan, who is also named in the suit.

The woman claims the rapper forced her to give him oral sex and when she refused he proceeded to masturbate and ejaculate on her chest.

The woman also says Juan forced her to give him oral sex the day prior to her encounter with Broadus, but she was trying to get hired by the rapper so she went with Juan to Snoop Dogg’s studio in spite of her experience. 

The charges come ahead of the Super Bowl halftime show this weekend, in which Snoop Dogg is scheduled to perform. It also comes just as he releases his new album, BODR (Bacc on Death Row), which marks his comeback to Death Row Records, which he purchased this month.




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