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Nelly's troubles are far from over as a U.K. woman who accused him of sexual assault is not backing down.

Earlier this year, the "Country Grammar" rapper was accused of sexual assault by a woman in England. 

The woman alleged that the rapper met her at a meet and greet in December 2017. The rapper asked her to stay behind and then he masturbated in front of her multiple times, before trying to kiss her. It is reported that he then said:

"You want this d**k don’t you."

She rejected his advances before saying something like:

"You may have more quid in your bank than I do. But this doesn’t make you any more special. Pull your trousers back up and f*** off."

She then claims Nelly clenched his fist, but denied he would hit her, saying:

"No I’m just frustrated. I’m not used to not getting my way, just do it."

She claims Nelly forced his penis into her mouth and then she fled the venue.

Speaking to TMZ, he denied the allegations and vowed to fight them to the very end.

"The truth will come out, and I will be vindicated. These types of false allegations undermine real claims of sexual abuse/harassment by real victims.

 "I am a father to a beautiful strong woman. I was raised by a strong single woman. I love them all very much. I own my actions and take responsibility for my conduct with Monique Greene. We had CONSENSUAL sex after meeting in a club. Period. And for that I had to deal with the repercussions of my poor choice. I am repairing the trust that I broke with Shantel, I have apologized to my family and friends for the embarrassment I have caused them. And, I am committed to be a better man.

"I do NOT plan on walking away quietly. I have to speak up for my family and for the real victims strong enough to come forward and face people that have actually assaulted them."