Richard Monroe, a former fan of the hip-hopper, has filed a $22 million suit against Snoop Dogg in Los Angeles County Court, claiming that he was assaulted, humiliated and robbed after he jumped on stage at a concert in Seattle a year ago. “In December 2004, a fan jumped onstage at a rock concert in Columbus, Ohio, and shot and killed a band member and three others,” Snoop’s rep Meredith O’Sullivan responded. “A few months later, Richard Monroe jumped onstage during a concert and ran directly at Snoop. He now claims he should have been ‘welcomed onstage as a loyal fan.’ This attempt to parlay criminal conduct into a financial windfall is a blatant abuse of the legal system.”
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