Diddy Faces New Lawsuit Alleging 'Gang R*pe' of Teen in 2003, Breaks Silence on the 'Allegations' Against Him | WhatsOnRap

Diddy Issues Statement Amid Fourth Allegation: "Enough Is Enough"

Diddy Faces New Allegations of Se*ual Ass*ult , Fourth Lawsuit Filed, Diddy Responds: “Enough is Enough”
Sean “Diddy” Combs faced renewed and disturbing allegations on Wednesday when a lawsuit accused him of engaging in a serious incident with a 17-year-old girl in 2003. This latest claim marks the fourth time the producer has been accused of se*ual ass*ult in recent weeks.

Jane Doe, the plaintiff, asserts that she was transported on a private jet from Michigan to Combs' recording studio in New York. During this time, she alleges that she was subjected to r*pe by three individuals, including Combs and Harve Pierre, the president of Bad Boy Entertainment.

The lawsuit provides unsettling details, alleging that Combs and his associates supplied her with “copious amounts” of dr*gs and alcohol. It further claims that Combs ass*ulted her while she was in and out of consciousness, over a bathroom sink. Shockingly, the lawsuit suggests that Combs watched as a third person also engaged in the ass*ult.
Motivated by the bravery of two other women who spoke out against Mr. Combs and Mr. Pierre, as outlined in other recent lawsuits, Ms. Doe felt compelled to share her story, according to the lawsuit.

Combs promptly settled a lawsuit with Cassie, also known as Casandra Ventura, last month while maintaining his innocence. He has faced two additional se*ual ass*ult lawsuits recently, vehemently denying those allegations as well.

In a statement on Wednesday, Combs declared, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.”

“For the last couple of weeks, I have sat silently and watched people try to assassinate my character, destroy my reputation, and my legacy,” he said. “Sickening allegations have been made against me by individuals looking for a quick payday. Let me be absolutely clear: I did not do any of the awful things being alleged. I will fight for my name, my family, and for the truth.”
Following the initial three allegations, Combs stepped aside as chairman of Revolt, the music-themed TV network he founded in 2013. The most recent lawsuit is filed under the New York City statute against gender-motivated vi*lence, which has recently been extended to allow suits that would otherwise be barred by the statute of limitations.

The plaintiff is represented by Douglas Wigdor. “As alleged in the complaint, Defendants preyed on a vulnerable high school teenager as part of a se* trafficking scheme that involved plying her with dr*gs and alcohol and transporting her by a private jet to New York City, where she was ass*ulted by the three individual defendants at Mr. Combs’ studio,” Wigdor said. “The depravity of these abhorrent acts has, not surprisingly, scarred our client for life.”

The filed complaint in a federal court in New York contains images of the plaintiff, with her face obscured, in Combs' studio and seated on Combs' lap.
“As a result of being ass*ulted by Mr. Combs, Mr. Pierre, and the Third Assailant, Ms. Doe suffered significant emotional distress and feelings of shame that have plagued her life and personal relationships for 20 years,” the lawsuit alleges.

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