...a lawyer believed to be representing the victim, has written to Essex Police listing a series of complaints about the investigation.
According to US website TMZ, the woman was upset that police asked to view her phone records and emails.Standard practice. Despite what the Common Purpose top cops might think should happen..
The complainant, who suggests she may stop cooperating with police due to her disappointment at the handling of the case, also claims police came to her house 'unsolicited'.Errr, yes. And?
Nelly’s lawyer, Scott Rosenblum, filed a response to the lawsuit, arguing that the woman should not be allowed to remain anonymous and “avoid public scrutiny”.This could get quite interesting.