DIDDY FACES NEWS SEXUAL ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS

Sean “Diddy” Combs, the renowned American Hip Hop mogul, is facing fresh accusations of sexual assault. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in New York City, alleges that Combs assaulted a male producer, pressuring him into sexual acts with prostitutes.

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DETAILS OF THE LAWSUIT

The lawsuit accuses Sean Diddy Combs of repeated instances of unwanted groping and sexual touching. The plaintiff, an unidentified male former employee, describes instances where he had to work in proximity to Combs while the rapper showered and walked naked.

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Furthermore, the producer alleges that Diddy Combs coerced him into soliciting prostitutes and engaging in sexual activities with them, with one incident involving waking up with two sex workers, suspecting he had been drugged.

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DENIAL FROM DIDDY’S LAWYER

Diddy’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, vehemently denied the allegations, stating that they are “complete lies” and promising to address them in court. This lawsuit adds to a series of recent sexual assault allegations against Combs, including accusations from R&B singer Cassie Ventura, who claimed rape and abuse during their relationship, and another woman alleging rape two decades ago when she was 17. Combs has consistently denied all accusations, asserting his innocence and vowing to defend his reputation and family.

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FIGHTING AGAINST ALLEGATIONS

In December last year, Combs issued a statement reaffirming his innocence and determination to fight the allegations. Despite the mounting legal challenges, he remains resolute in his stance, stating, “I will fight for my name, my family and for the truth.”

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