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The many charges facing Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs



The many charges facing Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Rapper and music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs is currently the target of numerous legal cases alleging rape, sexual abuse, and sex trafficking. He is recognized for having helped launch the careers of several of the biggest performers in recent years.

Combs has changed his name numerous times since the beginning of his career, going by Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, and a variety of other monikers. However, he has now ushered in an unwanted “era.”

On March 25, US Homeland Security authorities raided two of the rapper’s homes in Miami and Los Angeles because he is being accused of a number of different offenses.

The 54-year-old Combs has vehemently refuted every accusation made against him. His legal representatives have called the claims “sickening,” “baseless,” and money grabs.

Federal authorities have not yet filed charges against or made any accusations against the entertainer.

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Numerous accusations against Combs stem from the time he established Bad Boy Records, his own record company, in the 1990s.

The rapper was sued on November 16, 2023, by his former lover, singer and dancer Cassie, who claimed years of abuse.

Shortly before it expired, it was filed under the New York Adult Survivors Act. This measure gave adult survivors of sexual assault a one-year opportunity, outside of the statute of limitations, to file civil lawsuits.

In her lawsuit, she stated that shortly after they met, Combs signed the singer to his label in 2005, at the age of 19, while he was already 37. She claimed that this led the singer into his “ostentatious, fast-paced, and drug-fueled lifestyle.”

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According to Ms. Ventura, the violence started as soon as their relationship did, and in 2018, when she was attempting to break it off, he broke into her Los Angeles home and sexually assaulted her.

A day after Combs filed the complaint, it was settled for an unknown sum of money.

While Combs’ lawyer stated that the deal was “in no way an admission of wrongdoing” and did not alter his rejection of the accusations, Ms. Ventura told CNN that she had decided to “resolve this matter amicably.”

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Producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed the most current complaint against Combs on February 26, 2024, in New York. Jones claimed he was “subjected to unwanted advances by associates of Diddy at his direction” and that Combs had forced him to have sex with the sex workers he had hired.

The producer stated that for the course of more than a year, Combs drugged, intimidated, and harassed him sexually. The producer worked for Combs from September 2022 to November 2023.

He claimed to have audio and visual proof that Combs, his employees, and other people were “engaging in serious illegal activity.”

Combs is accused in the case of hosting “sex-trafficking parties” with young women and illicit narcotics on a daily basis.

It also suggests that record label officials who chose to ignore the allegations profited financially from their connections to celebrities and dignitaries, such as Prince Harry of the United Kingdom.

Prince Harry is not charged with any crimes or with going to parties himself.

The case features “reckless name-dropping about events that are pure fiction and simply did not” happen, according to Combs’s attorney, who made this claim to The Los Angeles Times.

Former resident of the neighborhood where Combs’ Los Angeles property was searched, Ryan Mendelsohn, 20, told reporters he would frequently witness parties at the house with women outside till six in the morning.

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Joie Dickerson-Neal filed a lawsuit in November 2023, according to NBC News, which cited the document. She claimed that Combs drugged her, sexually raped her, and covertly recorded the attack in 1991 while she was a college student.

She said that on January 3, 1991, she was “reluctantly” persuaded to go to dinner by Combs, and that’s when she says she was drugged, “resulting in her being in a physical state where she could not independently stand or walk,” according to the BBC.

He allegedly recorded the assault and showed it to others, according to the lawsuit.

Later, she spoke with prosecutors and filed police reports in New York and New Jersey. However, according to NBC News, which cited the lawsuit, she was informed by colleagues that they were “terrified that Combs would retaliate against them and that they would lose future business and music opportunities if they made a statement in support of” her.

According to NBC News, three more women have filed cases in the Southern District of New York since November, claiming that Combs sexually abused them.

When the alleged assaults occurred, two of the ladies claimed to have been teenagers.

Another lawsuit, filed in December, accused Sean ‘Diddy; Combs of drugging and gang-raped a 17-year-old girl in 2003.

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Jane Doe, the complaint, said Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs had plied her with drink and narcotics at his New York studio before raping her and two accomplices.

According to the lawsuit, Combs was involved in a “sex trafficking scheme” in which Jane Doe was transported from her Michigan home to New York via private plane.

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs has vowed to “fight for my name, my family, and the truth” and has angrily disputed all of the charges made against him.

After Jane Doe filed a lawsuit, he issued a statement in December calling the accusations “sickening” and claiming that his accusers were “looking for a quick payday.”

In a statement, he stated,

“Let me be absolutely clear: I did not do any of the awful things being alleged. I will stand up for the truth, my family, and my name.”

Shawn Holley, Combs’ attorney, called the events detailed in the lawsuit “pure fiction.”

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