The “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper maintains allegations against him are “implausible and false.”

After the sexual assault claim filed against him earlier this month made the news, Snoop Dogg rebutted accusers with a 17-page dismissal motion which his lawyers filed late this week.

In his dismissal motion, Snoop Dogg, real name Calvin Broadus, said thet “allegations that he cornered the woman in a recording studio bathroom nearly nine years ago and forced her into a sex act are both implausible and false.”

The rapper’s dismissal motion also described the lawsuit against him as too “’threadbare’ to support a claim under the federal sex trafficking statute listed in the complaint and “too old to prosecute under state law.”

The plaintiff, an unidentified woman, claimed that she was working for the rapper as a dancer at the time of the incident. Jane Doe has alleged that Snoop Dogg and Donald Campbell a.k.a Bishop Don Magic Juan, sexually assaulted her in “back-to-back- attacks following a Snoop Dogg concert at Club Heat Ultra Lounged in Anaheim. California, on May 29, 2013,” Rolling Stone wrote.

In her complaint, Jane Doe said that “Campbell assaulted her at a residence after the concert,” then afterwards, demanded that she accompany him to a recording studio where Snoop purportedly was filming his TV series, ‘Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network,” where she said Campbell told “Snoop wanted her there and might make her “his weather girl.”

Jane Doe indicated that the sexual assault from the rapper happened in a bathroom in said studio.

The motion for dismissal indicated that “Nothing remotely resembling the plaintiff’s story about defendant Calvin Broadus ever happened. He vehemently denies ever engaging in any sex act with plaintiff or assaulting or battering her.”

Of the complaint indicating that the rapper forced oral sex on her, the defendant (Broadus) said that it “never happened” and maintains his earlier comments that this lawsuit is just a “shakedown.”

“She provides no allegations of any statement by the defendant that he would help her career, and no allegations of any statement about how the defendant might advance her career. Instead, the only allegation plaintiff makes is that (co-defendant Donald) Campbell,” and not Broadus, “said going to the studio where defendant would be a ‘career move,” the motion asserted.

“Plaintiff’s complaint, launched just days before defendant’s Super Bowl Halftime performance, was a thinly veiled attempt to extort defendant for money to stop plaintiff from continuing to assert her false claims publicly. But the fatal deficiencies in her complaint ensure her gambit will not succeed.”

Snoop Dogg’s motion is asking that “the lawsuit be dismissed with prejudice.”

Source: Manila Bulletin (