The man who lost a lawsuit against Snoop Dogg last week (ends08May09) is planning to tell all about his alleged assault at the hands of the rapper and his entourage in a new book.
Richard Monroe, Jr. filed a $22 million (£15 million) suit against the Drop It Like It's Hot hitmaker, real name Calvin Broadus, after claiming he had been hit by the star after climbing on stage during a 2005 concert.
He also claimed Snoop Dogg's security guards hauled him off and served up a savage beating after the incident at the White River Amphitheater in Seattle, Washington.
The trial jury ruled in the hip-hop star's favour last Friday (08May09) and cleared him of civil assault and battery.
However, jury members decided Monroe had suffered serious injuries in the incident and awarded him $449,400 (£298,177) in damages to be paid by Snoop's label Doggystyle Records, rapper Soopafly and other unnamed parties.
And now Monroe, Jr. is set to expose the full details of the attack and give his side of the story in a forthcoming book release.
He says, "I'm just telling the real story. Even though we won some money, there's more I feel about it."
But Monroe insists he has no hard feelings about his rap icon: "Snoop, as a person - as Calvin Broadus, is a really good man... I gotta tell you, when I saw him in court, I smiled."