Too Short's accuser drops civil lawsuit alleging rapper sexually assaulted her multiple times

Too Short’s accuser drops civil lawsuit alleging rapper sexually assaulted her multiple times

A woman who filed a civil lawsuit against Too Short has dropped her lawsuit accusing the rap artist of sexually assaulting her on multiple occasions three years ago, TMZ reported Tuesday.

Teana Louis told the court that between the months of June and October of 2016, the rapper assaulted her in incidents that took place in Los Angeles when they were working with one another.

Louis said that 53-year-old rapper had committed acts of oral sex, anal sex and vaginal sex in the incidents, the outlet reported. 

Conclusion: A woman who filed a civil lawsuit against Too Short, accusing the rap artist of sexual assault on multiple occasions in Los Angeles three years ago, has dropped her lawsuit. He was snapped in LA in 2017

Conclusion: A woman who filed a civil lawsuit against Too Short, accusing the rap artist of sexual assault on multiple occasions in Los Angeles three years ago, has dropped her lawsuit. He was snapped in LA in 2017 

The lawsuit, which was filed in January of 2018, in full accused Too Short of sexual battery, sexual harassment, gender violence, gender discrimination and false imprisonment.

Officials with the Los Angeles County District Attorney rejected a criminal case against the rapper, citing a lack of evidence.

Too Short, whose real name is Todd Anthony Shaw, denied the accusations and said that he was being extorted. 

He denied sexually assaulting Louis and said they only engaged in foreplay.

Defense: Too Short, whose real name is Todd Anthony Shaw, denied the accusations and said that he was being extorted. He was snapped this month in Florida

Defense: Too Short, whose real name is Todd Anthony Shaw, denied the accusations and said that he was being extorted. He was snapped this month in Florida 

Strong denial: The rapper, shown performing in San Francisco in 2018, previously told TMZ the lawsuit was 'all about money'

Strong denial: The rapper, shown performing in San Francisco in 2018, previously told TMZ the lawsuit was ‘all about money’

In retaliation: The rapper claimed the lawsuit was filed in retaliation after his accuser was cut from his recording label

In retaliation: The rapper claimed the lawsuit was filed in retaliation after his accuser was cut from his recording label

‘There was nothing I would ever do that is not consensual,’ he told TMZ in 2018, later filing a counter suit in the case.

While speaking about the #MeToo movement in January of 2018 to TMZ, the rapper said he was pretty sure most women were telling the truth, but a ‘few are probably trying to do the money grab.’

‘You gotta keep everything above water, pretty clear,’ he said of contemporary conditions in working.  

He also claimed Louis’s claims were in retaliation to him cutting her from his label.  after a professional relationship didn’t pan out.  

Louis, in her new court filings, requested that the case be dismissed with prejudice, which would prevent her from filing it again in the future. It was not immediately clear if the West Coast rap mainstay had reached a settlement with his accuser.  

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