News: Cee Lo Green Targeted By Los Angeles Police
Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012 9:30AM
Goodie Mob's Cee Lo Green is reportedly getting targeted by Los Angeles police for his involvement in a sexual battery case.
Details of the alleged crime surfaced across the Internet early Wednesday (October 31).
Law enforcement sources tell us ... a woman recently filed a police report with the LAPD, accusing "The Voice" judge - real name Thomas DeCarlo Callaway -- of a sexual assault. Our sources say detectives have already visited a restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles in connection with the case and questioned several employees, including the manager. We do not know if the alleged incident occurred at the restaurant. The LAPD is mum on the identity of the alleged victim, when and where the incident allegedly occurred, and what Cee Lo allegedly did. (TMZ)
Despite the accusation, Cee has already pleaded his case and proclaimed innocence.
Cee Lo tells TMZ he categorically denies ANY wrongdoing. In fact, the singer says he hasn't been to the restaurant in question in 3 months ... and insists, "Nothing ever happened there or anywhere else." We also spoke with a source who is constantly with Cee Lo ... who tells us, "I have never seen Cee Lo act in a physical way toward anybody." The investigation is in its infancy ... no charges have been filed and the case has not been referred to prosecutors. (TMZ)
Last year, Green made headlines after reuniting with Goodie Mob during Super Bowl weekend.
Super Bowl Week always brings the stars (and money) out, so Cee Lo Green and his Goodie Mob family reunited to relive their glory days. While partying in Indianapolis on Wednesday night, the boys decided to keep it going and ended up at a strip club around 1 a.m. Thursday morning. Cee Lo requested lap dances from "the baddest b*tches in the club," before showering them with $10,000 in cash. You only get what you give. Other celebs and some NFL players were in attendance as well, but none stunted harder than Cee Lo and Goodie Mob. For some people, $10K in cash is definitely food for the soul. To them, it's nothing. (Complex)
He is reportedly involved in Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon's upcoming C.R.E.A.M. biopic.
There's also a biopic in development, which he says will star Erykah Badu and Cee Lo Green as his parents. Raekwon says the pair "had an opportunity to see the script. They read it, and they were blown away." "It's a life story that paints a picture of an urban guy in the inner city," Raekwon continues, "and all they know is they wanna get out of here one way or another, whether they're making money in the street or whether they get a job. There are just so many obstacles you have to go through to learn how to survive the streets, because you want this green so bad." (Billboard)