It seems that all of the evidence collected in the troubling case against the Hot In Herre artist has been released by the Auburn Police Department. In addition to photos of the alleged crime scene, surveillance videos from the night in question have also been released.
As you may have heard, after law enforcers completed their investigation, prosecutors chose to drop the case as accuser Monique Greene refused to testify. With the case being closed, officials were able to release the visual footage which linked Greene and Nelly.
Per the video (below), the hitmaker and the Washington local can be seen leaving the Seattle-based nightclub where they met. Later, footage depicts the industry vet and the woman getting on to his tour bus. The final shot shows Moniqueexiting the vehicle and seemingly calling the cops to report the rape.
Greene has since filed a lawsuit against Nelly for sexual assault and defamation. This legal move came after the 43-year-old’s legal counsel announced their plans to sue the 21-year-old.
Police documents from the case shows that Monique and Nelly painted their encounter in VERY different lights. According to TMZ, Nelly told the police that the oral and vaginal sex they engaged in was totally consensual. He even noted that Greene removed her own clothing. During the statement, the recording artist said he used a condom and didn’t ejaculate.
The rapper even accused Monique of getting upset because she thought he was involved with one of his dancers, who was supposedly on the bus at the time.
Monique’s account couldn’t be more different, as she claimed that Nelly aggressively removed her pants and threw her onto the bed. He allegedly told her:
“You’re gonna take this dick.”
During the forced sex act, which reportedly lasted 30 minutes, Nelly said to Monique:
“That’s my pussy.”
She also told the police she believes Nelly ejaculated inside her, in addition to on her back and front.
She also says Nelly tried to buy Greene’s silence as he offered her $2,500 and asked her to stay on the bus with him until their next stop. Greene refused the money and told Nelly she wasn’t a “prostitute”
Per Greene’s account, someone else pushed her off the bus and Nelly threw a $100 at her. Nelly acknowledged that he gave Greene $100, but said he handed it to her.
We’re sure this is all information that’ll be used in Miz Greene’s suit against Nelly. Be sure to stay tuned for more updates from this troubling story.
[Image via WENN.]