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Another two women have come forward to accuse Nelly of sexual assault, according to court documents in an unsettled rape lawsuit against the rapper.

Nelly’s first accuser, Monique Greene, filed an injunction earlier this week asking that a judge legally force him to stop sexually assaulting women. In the file, she referenced two additional accusers in an attempt to cite a pattern of abuse.

“Jane Doe 1” claims the rapper invited her to his VIP room after one of his concerts in England back in June 2016, then allegedly grabbed her leg and groped her underneath her skirt. “Jane Doe 2” alleges that in December 2017, also after one of Nelly’s England shows, she was invited onto his tour bus along with some of her friends. There, she says he took her to a private room and allegedly masturbated in front of her, forced her hand on his penis and made her perform oral sex on him.

These new revelations follow an initial rape claim from Greene in October 2017, which resulted in Nelly (born Cornell Iral Haynes Jr.) being arrested. She claimed he sexually assaulted her on his tour bus in Ridgefield, Washington. However, she later dropped the charges after stating that she did not “feel safe enough” in court, and instead, sued him for sexual assault and defamation.

The amended lawsuit included Greene’s claims that Nelly “threatened” and “intimidated” her after she pressed charges.

Nelly continues to deny the rape allegations and says that he plans on taking legal action against her. However, he has admitted to having consensual sex with the accuser.

According to The Daily Beast, Greene’s lawyer confirms that England PD has been in contact with her team about the new allegations, and that “more than two” additional women have come forward to Greene with allegations against Nelly, but have not been able to obtained “permission” to go public with their stories yet.