The woman, using the pseudonym Jane Doe in the complaint, alleged the rapper and his "spiritual advisor" Bishop Don "Magic" Juan had attacked her after a concert in Anaheim in 2013.
The woman voluntarily withdrew the suit Wednesday and the judge dismissed the case in its entirety the following day.
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A representative for Snoop Dogg said the dismissal was not surprising since the complaint was "full of false allegations and deficiencies."
Attorneys for Snoop Dogg — real name Calvin Broadus — filed a motion for dismissal last month, arguing that the woman failed to state a legitimate claim against the men under federal rules of civil procedure.
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The claim for sexual assault and battery was lodged in February, days before Snoop Dogg's halftime performance at the Super Bowl.
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