Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs accused of sexual assault and revenge porn in two new lawsuits

P.Diddy complained of the lots of sexual assault allegations levied against him.

However Sean Combs, the rapper and mogul known as Diddy, has been accused of sexual assault in two new lawsuits. 

He has settled another lawsuit last week with former girlfriend Casandra Ventura, AKA Cassie. The allegations, which the rapper and mogul denies, come after another lawsuit from Cassie last week, which was swiftly settled.

In the first, Joi Dickerson-Neal claims that in 1991, Combs attacked her and caused “serious and lifelong harm due to. Drugging, sexual assault and abuse, and being the target of’revenge porn’ that Sean Combs or ‘P'” produced and distributed by Diddy. 

However the allegations have been described as “made up and not credible purely a money grab” by a Combs spokesman. Dickerson-Neal was a college student who had already starred in a music video for Diddy.

However Dickerson-Neal was moved to make the accusations after Ventura made hers, according to her attorneys ventura described “a cycle of. Abuse, violence, and sex trafficking” and claimed to have been the victim of several assaults over a ten-year period combs. Refuted the accusations, and the next day, the two reached an amicable out-of-court settlement.

According to Rolling Stone, an unidentified plaintiff, identified as Jane Doe in the lawsuit, has filed a second lawsuit she. Claims Combs and artist Aaron Hall sexually assaulted her and a companion in 1990 or 1991, after the women were. Brought back to Hall’s apartment after an industry gathering Doe claimed that after Combs “coerced” her into having intercourse, “Hall. Barged into the room, pinned her down, and forced Jane to have sex.”

Since that time closes on Friday, a lot of lawsuits, some of them are against influential individuals in the music industry, have been filed in recent days. An unidentified lady accused producer and entrepreneur Jimmy Iovine, the creator of Interscope and the popular Beats headphone brand, of sexual abuse and harassment. His attorneys expressed amazement and confusion at the accusation. The leader of Guns N’ Roses, Axl Rose, was charged with a brutal sexual assault against Sheila Kennedy, a model, in 1989. His attorneys called the accusations “fictional.”

Outside of the music business, this week has seen lawsuits filed against comedian Bill Cosby, actor Jamie Foxx, fashion photographer. Terry Richardson, and mayor of New York City Eric Adams.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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