Sean “Diddy” Combs Hit With THIRD Sexual Assault Lawsuit After Private Settlement With Cassie

Renowned music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs faces a third lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault, adding to the bombshell legal challenges surrounding the hip-hop icon.

The recent complaint, filed under the now-expired Adult Survivors Act, introduces an anonymous accuser identified as Jane Doe.

RollingStone reports the woman alleges that in 1990 or 1991, Combs, 54, and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall, 59, took turns sexually assaulting her and her friend. The lawsuit further claims that days later, Combs turned violent during an altercation.

According to the filing, Jane Doe and her friend encountered Combs and Hall at an event hosted by MCA Records, where the two men were reportedly flirtatious and handsy, offering drinks throughout the night.

After the event, Combs and Hall allegedly invited the women to an afterparty at Hall’s apartment, where Jane Doe claims she was coerced into having sex with Combs. Subsequently, the complaint alleges, Hall forcibly engaged in sexual acts with her.

The lawsuit contends that Jane Doe quickly fled the scene after the alleged assault, learning later that her friend had also been a victim of sexual assault by both Combs and Hall. The filing suggests that Combs and Hall, upon finishing with one victim, switched their focus to the other.

Days after the alleged assaults, the complaint alleges that Combs visited the victims’ residence and became violent, assaulting and choking Jane Doe in an attempt to prevent her from revealing the incidents.

Diddy has been hit with a third sexual assault lawsuit. Credit: Instagram.
Diddy has been hit with a third sexual assault lawsuit. Credit: Instagram.

The lawsuit names not only Combs and Hall but also MCA Music Entertainment and Geffen Records as defendants. Representatives for Combs and Hall have yet to respond to requests for comment.

This marks the third lawsuit against Combs just before the expiration of the one-year look-back window provided by the Adult Survivors Act. The act allowed victims to file civil suits for sexual assault allegations that had surpassed the statute of limitations.

R&B singer Cassie Ventura filed a complaint on November 16, accusing Combs of rape, sex trafficking, and repeated beatings. (Combs reached a private settlement with Cassie the following day.) Another accuser filed a lawsuit one week later, alleging Combs drugged and sexually assaulted her in 1991.

Through a representative, Combs has vehemently denied the allegations in the second lawsuit, dismissing them as “made up and not credible” and labeling them a “money grab.”

He is yet to comment on the latest matter.

Mibenge Nsenduluka

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