Allegations against hip-hop mogul
New abuse lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs

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Just a few days ago, hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs was able to avert a rape lawsuit from his ex-girlfriend Cassie through a settlement. Now another woman is accusing him of sexual abuse, shortly before a special deadline ends.

The rapper and music producer Sean Combs, known under pseudonyms such as Diddy, Puff Daddy or P. Diddy, has to deal again with allegations of sexual abuse. After his ex-girlfriend Casandra “Cassie” Ventura sued the 54-year-old a week ago for alleged rape and physical abuse, another woman from his past filed a lawsuit against him.

According to CNN, the new case involves a lawsuit filed by a woman named Joi Dickerson-Neal, who accuses him of intentionally drugging and sexually abusing her in January 1991. The woman was a student at Syracuse University in New York at the time and had previously appeared in some of his music videos.

Combs not only abused her that evening, but also recorded the event on video and later showed it to other people. “Because she had been drugged,” the lawsuit states, “plaintiff lacked the physical or mental ability to fight off Combs.” After the incident, her life “fell into crisis,” and a short time later she was “admitted to hospital due to severe depression.”

Lawsuit of the ex-girlfriend role model

In the lawsuit, Dickerson-Neal makes direct reference to Combs’ ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura’s previous lawsuit, which was ultimately settled “amicably” just one day later. It said: “It was the filing of the lawsuit alleging his abuse of Cassie Ventura on November 16, 2023 that forced her to face his attack again.”

The plaintiff is reportedly seeking damages for mental and emotional injuries and defamation of Sean Combs’ reputation in her civil lawsuit filed in New York State. The height is not specified. A spokesman for the prominent rap mogul called the allegations “fictional and not credible.”

There is currently a wave of lawsuits from victims of alleged sexual assault in the US state of New York. The background is the expiry of a deadline in the “Adult Survivors Act”. The law gave adult victims of sexual abuse the opportunity, until Friday, for a year to file civil lawsuits for acts that are actually already statute-barred.

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