LOS ANGELES – A federal lawsuit brought by a woman who alleged rapper Snoop Dogg and another man sexually assaulted her 10 years ago years ago has been dismissed, according to court papers obtained Wednesday.
The woman, using the pseudonym Jane Doe, alleged the rapper and his “spiritual advisor” Bishop Don “Magic” Juan attacked her after a concert in Anaheim in 2013.
A representative for Snoop Dogg — real name Calvin Broadus — said at the time that the lawsuit was “full of false allegations and deficiencies.”
The lawsuit was initially lodged in Los Angeles federal court in February 2022, just before Snoop Dogg’s Super Bowl LVI halftime performance, after attempts to settle the case out of court were abandoned.
In March, the court issued an order granting dismissal of a trafficking claim — the only federal claim to remain after litigation — but with time for the woman to amend.
She was given until April 13 to file new papers, but the parties subsequently filed a joint status report stating the plaintiff had elected not to amend her complaint.
U.S. District Judge George Wu issued his written order on Monday granting a defense motion to dismiss the suit.