Nelly's girlfriend has defended the rapper from sexual assault claims, claiming he was with her when the alleged incidents occurred — and now one of his accusers wants her to back up her story under oath.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Monique Greene has subpoenaed Shantel Jackson as part of her lawsuit against Nelly.
Greene says she wants Jackson 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."
In the docs, Greene says she wants to videotape Jackson's deposition.
As The Blast previously reported, Jackson says the women who accused Nelly of sexual assault were not telling the truth because she was with the rapper on all the dates in question. Greene accused Jackson of corroborating his alibi to “further his defamation campaign” against the woman.
Also in her filing, Greene is demanding Nelly 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.
Nelly has filed an objection to turning over the requested documents, claiming Greene is seeking for too much information and would jeopardize the privacy interests of not only him but his business associates.
A judge has yet to rule on the matter.