Charlamagne Tha God's DNA Not Found In Alleged Victim's Rape Kit

The radio personality was accused of raping 15-year-old girl.

Charlamagne Tha God  recently came under public scrutiny after allegations of his involvement in a 2001 rape resurfaced. With calls to have the radio personality dismissed from The Breakfast Club and have his newly greenlit HBO series pulled off air, new details have emerged in his favor

 

According to The Blast, a rape kit performed by South Carolina officials had no DNA evidence from the radio personality.

Court documents obtained by The Blast revealed there was "no evidence of any semen" found inside the victim "from an oral, vaginal and rectal swab."

Upon further examination, officials found that Jessica Reid, the alleged victim's fingernails contained "nothing of apparent serological evidentiary value" after they were inspected.

Charlamagne, who has always maintained his innocence, reportedly cooperated with the police when the incident first occurred in and attempt to clear his name and suggested that his cousins, who were reportedly present, do the same.

17 years after the alleged incident occurred, Reid, 32, made a public plea for the case to be reopened and attempted to take the case all the way to the South Carolina Supreme Court.