Cee Lo Green awaits date rape case

Ben Rose/WireImage for NARASCee Lo Green poses at 'The Legacy Lounge.'

Cee Lo Green still doesn’t know whether he will be formally charged for allegedly date-raping a woman last year.

According to TMZ, the “he said, she said” case was passed to the Los Angeles County District Attorney, who sent it back to law enforcement for “further investigation.”

The woman claims she was surreptitiously drugged with Molly (Ecstasy) and awoke nude next to Cee Lo with no idea how she ended up there. Apparently, authorities want more toxicology tests and more witnesses to come forward so they can build a better case.

Still, an insider with the police told TMZ it’s “doubtful” there is enough evidence to prosecute.Cee Lo GreenFeaturesGossip

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