Nelly lands in hot water again….
Nelly is reportedly under criminal investigation in the UK for an alleged sexual assault on a woman who claims the rapper masturbated in front of her and tried to force oral sex after a concert in December.
Police in Essex, England, told cops they have opened an investigation into the Grammy-winning singer in the wake of claims first put forth last month in an amended lawsuit filed by a previous accuser…
TMZ reports, The incident allegedly went down December 5 after Nelly’s performance at Cliffs Pavilion in Essex. The accuser says she went to take a picture with Nelly and she says he placed his arm tightly behind her and asked if she could stay behind to talk to him.
They went to his dressing room with her friends and she says he then asked her to come to a room next door. She claims once in the room he dropped his pants and began masturbating in front of her. She also claims he put his hand on her top and tried pulling it off. She says he also tried kissing her as she tried to bolt from the room.
The woman says Nelly put his right hand on the back of her head and his left hand on her shoulder, forced her head down, pushing his erect penis into her mouth. She says she ran out of the room as he called her a c***.
The woman says she didn’t go to cops immediately because she didn’t think she’d be believed.
Essex police told cops they have begun a sexual assault investigation.
The alleged incident occurred 2 months after another woman claimed Nelly raped her on his tour bus. He strongly denied it.
Update... Nelly’s attorney, Scott Rosenblum, tells us, “These allegations arose after Ms. Green amended her suit for money to include a reference to these claims. 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.”
He adds, “Nelly was accompanied by his girlfriend during this tour and she was at his side throughout. It is important that police investigate every allegation of this nature.”