Snoop Dogg is being sued for sexual assault, and his accuser has been dubbed a “money digger.”

In 2013, a woman who claimed to have worked as an onstage dancer for Snoop Dogg and his colleague Bishop Don “Magic” Juan accused the rapper and his collaborator of sexually assaulting her.

According to Rolling Stone, the lady claimed in a complaint filed on Wednesday under the pseudonym Jane Doe that she was abused by both men after taking a lift home from Juan, whose actual name is Donald Campbell, after Snoop’s show at Heat Ultra Lounge in Anaheim, Calif., in May.

According to TMZ, the accuser stated in her lawsuit that she fell asleep in the car and recognized when she awoke that she had been transported to Campbell’s house rather than her own.

According to the reports, she went inside anyway to sleep since she was “exhausted,” only to wake up at 4 a.m. to find Campbell had “taken his penis from his pants” and “repeatedly put his penis into [her] mouth.”

Snoop Dogg, whose actual name is Calvin Broadus, was supposedly filming his show “Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network,” according to the lady, who claimed Campbell later requested her to join him in his recording studio. According to Rolling Stone, Campbell allegedly informed the lady that Snoop wanted her to be “his weather girl,” so she went ahead “in the hopes of improving her career.”

In her claim, the plaintiff stated that she was feeling poorly at the studio and had gone to see a doctor.

“Defendant Snoop Dogg withdrew his penis from plaintiff’s mouth after a few minutes, apparently displeased with plaintiff’s resistance and disgust of being forced to engage in oral sex,” according to the lawsuit.

Snoop allegedly “masturbated and ejaculated on [her] upper chest and lower neck” before promising her, “I’ll bring you something to clean up with,” according to the lady.

Snoop Dogg wearing a red hat and sunglasses at a Super Bowl press conference.

“I was humiliated, horrified, and panicked,” she added.

Snoop, 50, and Campbell, 71, did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment, but a source told TMZ that the rapper denies her allegations and believes she is trying to make a quick buck by filing the lawsuit so close to his Super Bowl halftime show this Sunday.

According to a source, the woman allegedly requested approximately $10 million, which was apparently turned down.

Snoop Dogg allegedly labeled the woman a “money digger” in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

Snoop’s Instagram post, according to her lawyer, Matt Finkelberg, was “clearly menacing” to his unidentified client.

Snoop was previously sued for sexual assault by makeup artist Kylie Bell, but she dropped the 2005 lawsuit after the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper countersued her for extortion. She then dropped her case, saying the matter had been “resolved amicably.”

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