Nelly is still not off the hook. Two more women came forward to press sexual harassment charges against the rapper.
Both women have chosen to remain anonymous.
The Dilemma Continues
Nelly is now facing two more charges of sexual misconduct. According to reports, the first victim, referred to as Jane Doe #1, alleges that the rapper touched her inappropriately. The woman elaborated that artist grabbed her legs and placed his hands under her skirt during a meet and greet after his concert in London. The woman continued that the rapper blocked her exit when she tried to leave. She was eventually able to escape when the security came to check if she was okay.
The first woman described as a married woman with a child is also a member of the U.S. military.
The second accuser, referred to as Jane Doe #2, claims that she attended Nelly's concert with her friends. Their group decided to pay to have their picture taken with the rapper. The rapper asked her to follow him into a room so they could talk. The woman recalls that Nelly "closed the door, stood in front of it, and dropped his trousers," according to the report.
The second woman who filed a complaint against the rapper is also a mother who is in a committed relationship.
The "Air Force One" rapper's girlfriend, Shantel Jackson, has finally broken her silence on these allegations. The reality star shared her thoughts on the matter on her social media account where she defended her partner fiercely.
Monique Greene was the first woman to accuse Nelly of rape. Greene alleged that the rapper raped her in his tour bus after a concert. She filed a police report against him but the charges against the rapper, whose real name is Cornell Iral Haynes Jr., were dropped when Greene refused to cooperate with the District Attorney for the case.
Greene's lawyer defended her actions stating that Greene suffered emotional trauma after she filed a complaint against the rapper. Nelly's camp was quick to issue a response.
"Nelly has suffered very real damage to his reputation. He has incurred economic loss and painfully has watched his family suffer. As a result, Nelly is planning to proceed with litigation as the first step in restoring his reputation," the lawyer stated.
Nelly has denied Greene's claims but has yet to respond to the new allegations.