On Thursday night, Jackson went to Instagram with a note in which she addressed the “false claims” brought against her rapper boyfriend.
For those who need a refresher: Nelly was arrested back in October on suspicion of raping a woman on his tour bus in Washington state. Prosecutors eventually dropped the case after the alleged victim, Monique Greene, refused to cooperate; however, the ordeal was far from over. Earlier this week, Greene’s attorney Karen K. Koehler revealed she had spoken to two other women who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Nelly. One of the women claimed the rapper had put his hand up her dress during a concert after party. The second woman said Nelly had exposed himself to her and forced his penis into her mouth at an English music venue. Both of the alleged victims have remained anonymous.
Jackson claims it’s unlikely that these assaults actually occurred at the reported times and places. Why? Because she was allegedly there.
“Those dates these Jane Doe’s [sic] are claiming, I was at those venues, in the dressing rooms, and on that tour bus,” she wrote. “There are women dealing with real issues of sexual assault and for the first time people are listening and there is a chance for real change. But all of this work is discredited and makes things harder for survivors when people lie.”
You can read Jackon’s full message below.