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Nelly Reportedly Under Investigation In England After Second Woman Accuses Him Of Sexual Assault

Nelly has denied the charges.

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Nelly has been accused of sexual assault, again, according to TMZ.

The rapper’s newest accuser claims the incident happened on December 5 after one of his concerts. She says he approached her to take a photo, and eventually led her and her friend to his dressing room. The accuser says she was then taken to a private area where the artist allegedly masturbated in front of her and began to undress her.

Additionally, she says she was forced to into oral sex when Nelly pushed her head onto his penis. She says she didn’t report the assault immediately because she didn’t think she would be believed.

Nelly denied the accusations via his attorney, Scott Rosenblum.

“These allegations arose after Ms. Green amended her suit for money to include a reference to these claims,” said Rosenblum. “The fact that the police are investigating these claims is not new information and Nelly welcomes a thorough investigation. Nelly is confident that once investigated, these claims will be determined to be disingenuous."

The lawyer added that Nelly’s girlfriend was present during the tour and “she was at his side throughout."

This investigation comes two months after Nelly beat his first charge. He was arrested and booked for second-degree rape in October 2017 after an unidentified woman accused him of raping her on his tour bus. Nelly released a statement denying the charges.

“Nelly is the victim of a completely fabricated allegation. Our initial investigation, clearly establishes the allegation is devoid of credibility and is motivated by greed and vindictiveness,” it read. “I am confident, once the scurrilous accusation is thoroughly investigated, there will be no charges. Nelly is prepared to pursue all legal avenues to redress any damage caused by this clearly false allegation.”

Prosecutors dropped the case in December 2017 after the accuser stopped cooperating with authorities.

According to the woman’s lawyer, she didn’t think she would get justice saying, “she wishes she had not called 911 because she believes the system is going to fail her.”

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