The woman accusing Charlamagne Tha God of raping her when she was 15-years-old is now directing her efforts to the South Carolina Supreme Court's disciplinary counsel accusing the prosecution of improperly handling the criminal case.
The Blast obtained a letter from Jessica Reid sent to John S. Nichols, a deputy for the Supreme Court Office of Disciplinary Counsel in South Carolina.
She writes that she was "uncooperative" at the time of the investigation because of being "traumatized," and claims it was the "prosecutor's responsibility" to defend her.
Reid now wants to file an official claim agains the prosecution for allowing Charlamagne cut a plea deal and dismiss the charge of criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
The 32-year-old woman says there was "no investigation done to bring justice," and claims Charlamagne "continues to violate me on the radio, in his book and on social media."
As we reported, officials in Berkely County officially said they will not reopen the case against the host of the "Breakfast Club," claiming they must honor the agreement they struck with him years ago.
Sources close to Reid tell The Blast she has also requested the DNA samples that Charlamagne provided during the investigation in 2001, claiming her family was never informed of the results from the blood work, and they believe the information in the samples could help their case.
Charlamagne has been adamant the entire time that he never sexually assaulted Reid, and claims he was not even at the house party when she was allegedly assaulted.