As predicted, Nelly's accuser wants the Washington District Attorney to drop a rape case against the 42-year-old rapper. Her reason: She is tired of being bullied in the media.
The woman's attorney, Karen Koehler, sent a letter to the Auburn Police Dept and the King County DA's office asking authorities to drop the case.
The letter stated the woman "wishes she had not called 911 because she believes the system is going to fail her."
Nelly was taken into custody last Saturday near Auburn, WA, after the woman called 911 to say she was forcibly raped on his tour bus.
According to news reports, the police had "probable cause" to arrest the "Hot In Herre" rapper, but he was released later that morning without charges.
The woman's letter went on to say she wanted to "go back to school and to graduate," but this is not possible "if she remains hidden in her room, crying her heart out."
The letter dramatically touched on the current scandal involving Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who is accused of sexually harassing at least 30 women and as many as a hundred.
"One day, maybe our world will change and thirty women will not be needed to (eventually) speak out against a celebrity who has hurt them in order to be believed," the letter states. "But that day has not yet come."
Nelly and his fiancée, Shantel Jackson, are set to star in E! Network's new reality TV series, The Platinum Life, which, coincidentally, premieres next week.
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