Nelly's Rape Accuser Subpoenas His Girlfriend

AllHipHop Staff

Nelly's girl Shantel has been dragged into Nelly's rape case over her social media posts.

(AllHipHop News) Nelly's rape accuser has subpoenaed his girlfriend Shantel Jackson after accusing her of lying for the rapper.

Monique Greene, 25, claims the "Country Grammar" rapper forced himself upon her during an encounter on his tour bus after a gig in Washington - accusations he has vehemently denied.

Nelly, 43, was arrested in October, but the criminal case against him was dropped in December after Greene declined to testify.

She later launched her own defamation and sexual assault suits against the star, and he then countersued, claiming that they had sex but that it was consensual.

Greene then filed documents asking the judge to dismiss Nelly's countersuit because her statements were true and protected by U.S. freedom of speech laws.

In another filing, Greene accused Nelly's girlfriend of falsely corroborating his alibi to "further his defamation campaign" against her.

She's now subpoenaed Jackson and asked her to produce "all photographs, receipts, social media posts, airline tickets, bus tickets, phone records and other documents regarding her whereabouts on June 8, 9, 10, 2016; October 5, 6, 7, 2017 and December 4, 5, 6, 2017."

Greene also wants Jackson's deposition to be videotaped.

Other requests in Greene's filing include requests for Nelly to turn over "his tax returns, list of alleged witnesses on the dates of the alleged sexual assaults, a list of all sexual encounters Nelly had with fans in his dressing rooms, tour buses, and hotels at the three locations of the incidents described in the lawsuit, all documents relating to any accusation against him relating to a nonconsensual sexual encounter in the past 10 years and for documents relating to Shantel Jackson’s travel during the incidents."

However, Nelly has objected to turning over the documents, saying that Greene is jeopardizing his privacy and that of his business associates by asking for too much information.

A judge has yet to rule.