Diddy Accused of 2003 Gang Rape in New Lawsuit!


Diddy Accused of 2003 Gang Rape in New Lawsuit!
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Sean "Diddy" Combs, a prominent figure in the hip-hop industry, is facing grave allegations following a new lawsuit filed in federal court on Wednesday. The plaintiff, identified only as Jane Doe, accuses Combs of participating in her gang rape in a Manhattan recording studio in 2003.

This lawsuit marks the fourth in a series of assault allegations recently brought against the 54-year-old founder of Bad Boy Records. Combs has responded to these allegations with a statement vehemently denying any wrongdoing.

He asserts that his accusers are seeking a "quick payday," challenging the credibility of their claims.

Details of the Accusation and Combs' Response

The lawsuit details a harrowing account from 20 years ago, when the plaintiff, then a high school student, encountered Combs' associates in a Detroit-area lounge.

According to the complaint, she was flown on a private jet to New York, where she was then taken to Combs' studio. There, it is alleged, she was provided with drugs and alcohol by Combs and two other men, leading to her being raped by each of them in succession in a studio bathroom as she slipped in and out of consciousness.

Furthermore, the lawsuit alleges that Combs watched one of the other assaults after his participation. The plaintiff claims she was later returned to Michigan with little memory of her journey back. To support her allegations, the lawsuit includes several photos purportedly showing the accuser in Combs' studio, with her face intentionally blurred.

One photo allegedly depicts her sitting on Combs' lap. The lawsuit, filed under New York City's Victims of Gender-Motivated Violence Protection Law, highlights the ongoing impacts of the alleged incident on the accuser's life, including "extreme emotional distress" affecting her personal relationships and daily living.

This legal action comes in the wake of a separate lawsuit against Combs by his ex-girlfriend, Cassie Ventura, known as Cassie. Ventura accused Combs of physical abuse, trafficking, and rape over a decade. Following media coverage of Ventura's lawsuit, Combs and Ventura reportedly settled the case under confidential terms.

The plaintiff is represented by Douglas Wigdor. “As alleged in the complaint, Defendants preyed on a vulnerable high school teenager as part of a trafficking scheme that involved plying her with drugs and alcohol and transporting her by private jet to New York City where she was gang raped by the three individual defendants at Mr.

Combs’ studio,” Wigdor said in a statement. “The depravity of these abhorrent acts has, not surprisingly, scarred our client for life”. The mounting allegations against Combs raise serious questions about the conduct of influential figures in the entertainment industry and the long-term effects of alleged abuse on victims.