Prosecutors had no choice but to drop the sexual assault case against Nelly after the alleged victim, Monique Greene, refused to testify against the star. The “Just a Dream” artist has been cleared of all charges, and the Washington State police department has concluded their investigation into the matter.
That hasn’t stopped new details from surfacing though. While Nelly has maintained his innocence from the beginning, he failed to acknowledge to the public that the two had engaged in sexual relations on the night in question. New police docs show that he had a different story for law enforcement, though…
The team over at The Jasmine Brand got their hands on the police documents that detail Nelly and Greene’s statements from the night of the alleged assault last year. According to the official report, Nelly told authorities that he and Greene engaged in consensual oral and vaginal intercourse on the night in questions. He also claimed that she removed her own clothes.
To ward off any thought of a pregnancy, he then said that he did not use a condom, but he didn’t ejaculate.
He Said, She Said
When officers questioned why the 25-year-old aspiring model would make up a story like this, Nelly claimed it was possibly out of jealousy. According to the rapper, Greene — whom he reportedly met at Aston Manor nightclub in Seattle during October of 2017 — was upset that Nelly was involved with a dancer on his tour bus. Whether Nelly was or was not actually involved with said dancer is unclear at this time.
Meanwhile, Greene didn’t mention another women in her statement, nor did she say the intercourse was consensual. Instead, the Washington native recounted that Nelly removed her clothing by force before throwing her on his bed.
In her statement, Greene said that the encounter lasted 30 minutes. She also alleges that she was offered $2,500 to stay on the bus until its next stop after their encounter. Because she refused, an unidentified member of Nelly’s team “pushed” her off the bus before the rapper threw a $100 dollar bill at her.
As every major news outlet reported late last year, Greene called 911 just after being booted from the bus. Upon authorities’ arrival, Nelly was arrested while Greene was taken to a local hospital for testing.
“Money, Fame and Notoriety”
Alongside suing for sexual assault — the case which was ultimate dropped when Greene refused to testify — the 25-year-old also opted to sue for defamation. She claimed that Nelly’s camp ruined her reputation by spreading the notion that she was only looking for “money, fame and notoriety.”
“Within days of her initial report to police, the complainant, through her attorney, informed investigators from the Auburn police department that she did not wish to assist in prosecution or the investigation of Mr. Haynes,” the prosecutor’s office revealed in a statement to the New York Daily News.
Greene said she opted out of assisting with the case in fear that the system would “fail” her.