Published: Wed, September 12, 2018

Nick Carter will not be charged with rape

Nick Carter will not be charged with rape

"The statute of limitations expired in 2013", the document says.

She said that Carter then demanded she perform oral sex on him before taking her to his room and raping her despite her allegedly telling him she was waiting until marriage to have sex.

After the bathroom incident, Schuman wrote, Carter took her into a bedroom and despite her pleas that she was a virgin and saving herself for marriage, raped her.

In November of previous year, Carter responded by saying he was "shocked and saddened" to hear the accusation, according to the Los Angeles Times.

"My family and I were well aware of the likelihood that my case was not prosecutable", she said in an email to The Associated Press.

Nick added that he 'was always respectful and supportive of Melissa both personally and professionally'.

"A case was presented by the Santa Monica Police Department on July 31 involving Nick Carter".


After fans started responding with their condolences, Carter responded to one tweet, revealing that the couple - who have a 2-year-old son, Odin - had been expecting a little girl.

California did away with its statute of limitations for rape in 2016.

Mr. Carter's attorney, Michael Holtz, told Metro.co.uk in a statement that "Nick Carter was vindicated today when the L.A. County District Attorney's Office rejected the charges against him".

"Nick has denied these allegations ever since he first learned of them a year ago, and was confident the district attorney would conclude that there was no basis to pursue charges against him", lawyer Michael Holtz said in a statement.

"He is happy to put this matter behind him".

The "I Want It That Way" singer also said he was unsure if he was going to be able to perform because of the devastating news.

"It was just first trimester complications that passed, but I didn't completely connect with my baby until I got later into my second trimester, because I didn't know what was going to happen".

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