Music News

Cee Lo Green's Roofie Madness: Plot Thickens with Startling New Revelation

Last Friday, County Grind committed third degree black belt content regurgitation with TMZ's exclusive scoop on Cee Lo Green's ecstasy sleazery.

See also
- Five Questions about Cee Lo Green's Alleged Ecstasy Sleazery

Allegedly, the R&B/rapsensation turned pop culture megastar slipped a woman a Mickey and then sexually assaulted her. 

We had a lot of questions about this case. And not because we're skeptical regarding the claims. There's just a lot of confusion about the fine print. And the latest twist makes this plot even thicker.

According to TMZ, Cee Lo was not on a casual date. In fact, he and the alleged victim had an extensive history of dating and partying:


Sources connected with the case tell us ... the woman and Cee Lo met at the Super Bowl in February, 2012. They hung out over the weekend. She went back to Houston, where she lives, and Cee Lo returned to L.A., but they stayed in touch and dated on and off ever since. In addition to seeing each other (he flew her out to L.A. from time to time), they frequently texted and spoke on the phone.

Sources tell TMZ ... the woman sometimes asked Cee Lo to buy her expensive things and even asked his friend how she could get him to buy her expensive things.

Sources connected with Cee Lo tell us ... on the day in question, he had flown her out to L.A. They went to the restaurant and afterward both took Ecstasy and stayed up all night. One source says, "No one was unconscious."

The alleged victims response?

Sources connected with the woman say her relationship with Cee Lo is irrelevant, because Cee Lo is on tape allegedly apologizing and referencing MDMA (Ecstasy), saying he thought the drug would help them have an exciting time together.

There's no telling where the fuck this sordid story is going.

KEEP NEW TIMES BROWARD-PALM BEACH FREE... Since we started New Times Broward-Palm Beach, it has been defined as the free, independent voice of South Florida, and we'd like to keep it that way. With local media under siege, it's more important than ever for us to rally support behind funding our local journalism. You can help by participating in our "I Support" program, allowing us to keep offering readers access to our incisive coverage of local news, food and culture with no paywalls.
Matt Preira