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    Roc-A-Fella Records Co-Founder Damon Dash Cleared in Sexual Assault Lawsuit

    Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash has been cleared in a sexual assault lawsuit but must pay the victim $30K. According to Billboard, a jury on Wednesday (February 15) found that he was not guilty of the charges.

    Photographer Monique Bunn filed the lawsuit in April 2019. The photographer claims that she spent a night at Dash’s home and was sexually assaulted by him while she was sleeping in his daughter’s room.

    Dame Dash Cleared in Sexual Assault Lawsuit

    Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Dame Dash has been cleared in a sexual assault lawsuit but must pay a victim $30K. Billboard reports that a jury found the rapper guilty of defamation charges, but cleared him of sexual assault claims.

    According to the lawsuit, photographer Monique Bunn was working on a project with Dash back in April when she went to his house. She slept in his daughter’s room and was awakened by the singer, who groped her butt and breast without her consent.

    The suit claims that Bunn was wearing only a robe and no undergarments when she was groped. She claimed she fought off the attack, though she was left traumatized by it.

    She also alleges that Dash tried to silence her by lying about landing a television deal with WEtv for a docuseries based on her life. She names Dash, his fiancee Raquel Horn and entertainment companies Poppington LLC and Damon Dash Studios as defendants. She also accuses them of theft by conversion and negligent emotional distress.

    Dame Dash Cleared in Defamation Lawsuit

    Roc-A-Fella co-founder Dame Dash is fresh off a court win after being cleared of sexual assault charges. However, he must still pay a victim $30K.

    In 2019, a photographer named Monique Bunn filed a lawsuit against Dame Dash for sexual battery. She claims she was assaulted at his home in his daughter’s room while on assignment for Dash’s clothing line Poppington.

    According to the suit, Bunn says she woke up in the middle of the night to find Dash touching her inappropriately. She claims she was scared and even threatened to fight him.

    She is also suing Dash for defamation. She alleges that he tried to silence her by falsely claiming that he had landed a television deal with WEtv for a docuseries about her life.

    Dame Dash Cleared in Credit Card Fraud Lawsuit

    Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash has finally been cleared of sexual assault charges after a federal jury found him not guilty. However, he still must pay a $30K fine to the victim of his actions.

    The case began when photographer Monique Bunn accused Dash of committing sexual battery in his home. She claims that she woke up one night to find Dash on her breasts and buttocks while she was sleeping in his daughter’s room.

    It’s unclear what Bunn was wearing at the time, but she alleges that Dash woke her up in order to touch her. She says she was angry and feared for her safety, and even threatened to fight him.

    Bunn filed a lawsuit against Dash in 2019 after she claimed he had inappropriately touched her while she was napping at his house. She also filed defamation charges after he hopped on social media and accused her of charging thousands of dollars to his credit card without permission.

    Dame Dash Cleared in Bankruptcy Lawsuit

    Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash is currently in a bit of trouble with a new lawsuit filed against him. The entrepreneur has been accused of sexually assaulting photographer Monique Bunn while she was at his home to do a photoshoot.

    According to TMZ, Bunn’s lawyer claims that she was “physically threatened and physically abused” during the shooting. She’s now filing a $50 million suit against Dash and his fiancee, Raquel Horn.

    She’s also alleging that Dash lied about her relationship with another woman, and that she falsified a deal for a docuseries.

    The jury found that Dash’s actions were not malicious, but it did order him to pay the victim $30K. It’s a small amount, but it could help the entrepreneur stay afloat in his current financial state.

    This isn’t Dash’s first run in with the law.

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