Singer Nelly was spotted going to a popular nightclub amid sexual misconduct allegations.
Ironically, the performer went to 'The Nice Guy' club in West Hollywood.
And he appeared to be in good spirits despite getting involved in a sexual assault case.
Nelly, real name Cornell Haynes Jr, was spotted at the popular club with a female friend.
He dressed casual in a white jacket, with jeans and a baseball cap, as he ushered his companion inside.
RadarOnline.com reported how he has been fighting back against the allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman after a concert last year.
And it appears that he still feels confident enough to go out in public despite the allegations being made against him.
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Nelly was in good sprits as he visited 'The Nice Guy' club in West Hollywood. https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2017/10/nelly-alleged-rape-victim-claims-they-were-partying-before-sex/
The performer was accompanied by a female friend as the pair both entered the club together.
His alleged sexual assault took place in a dressing room at a concert in England in December 2017.
The woman alleges that she paid to have her photo taken with the 44-year-old rapper after the concert, before he took her to a separate room.
"Defendant Nelly started masturbating and said, 'you want this d**k don't you.'" The complaint alleges. "He told her that she wanted him, that every woman wanted him."
Nelly's attorney, Scott Rosenblum, filed a response to the lawsuit, arguing that the woman shouldn't be allowed to remain anonymous and "avoid public scrutiny."
Nelly has not been criminally charged and has denied the allegations. The lawsuit is the second such case filed against Nelly. In September, the rapper settled a lawsuit filed by a woman who alleged he sexually assaulted her on his tour bus in suburban Seattle. Prosecutors didn't file charges, citing a lack of cooperation by the accuser.
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