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Diddy Faces New Lawsuit Alleging Drugging and Sexual Assault by Model in 2003

Diddy Faces New Lawsuit Alleging Drugging and Sexual Assault by Model in 2003

Diddy Faces New Lawsuit Alleging Drugging and Sexual Assault by Model in 2003. Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is back in court. Model Crystal McKinney filed a new lawsuit in Manhattan federal court alleging that the music mogul drugged and sexually abused her in 2003. Diddy is under investigation and in various lawsuits.

McKinney claims the incident occurred after New York City Men’s Fashion Week. After dinner at Cipriani Downtown with Diddy and an unnamed fashion designer, she was invited to his recording studio, according to the lawsuit. McKinney was 22 and modeling.

Diddy told McKinney she was “going to make it big one day” as a model throughout the evening, according to her complaint. The designer chose her black leather coat with a fur hood and jewel-encrusted jeans for the event, she said.

“Due to the traumatic events to occur later, Plaintiff saved the unwashed clothing from that night in her closet where they remain in a plastic wrap,” the suit says.

McKinney claims Diddy kept refilling her wine glass over dinner, asking her to visit him at his 44th Street studio.After arriving at the studio, McKinney saw several men sharing Hennessy and joints. One of Diddy’s associates told her, “You’ve never had weed like this before.” McKinney claims Diddy used the joint’s opioid to impair her judgment.

Diddy allegedly forced himself on McKinney in the studio bathroom, according to the lawsuit. “Seeing Plaintiff was very intoxicated, Combs demanded Plaintiff follow him and he physically led Plaintiff to the bathroom,” the suit says. Diddy allegedly had McKinney have oral sex in the bathroom. She says she fainted and woke up in a taxi back to the designer’s residence.

McKinney’s modeling career declined after the alleged attack. She claims Diddy “blackballed” her in the industry. The incident caused anxiety, sadness, and a 2004 suicide attempt for McKinney.

“Plaintiff is a woman of faith and when she saw news coverage of the lawsuits from Ms. Cassie Ventura, Ms. Dickerson-Neal, and others, she knew she had a moral obligation to speak up,” the papers said. After watching other women accuse Diddy of wrongdoing, McKinney felt encouraged to speak up.

Representatives of Diddy have not replied to demands for comment. With Liza Gardner, Jane Doe, Joi Dickerson-Neal, and music producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones suing the rapper, his legal troubles continue. All charges are refuted by Diddy.

In another case, Diddy was caught attacking Cassie Ventura in a Los Angeles hotel corridor in 2016. Diddy apologized for the video, which ruined his reputation. My behavior on the video is unforgivable. He stated, “I take full responsibility for my actions in that video.” “I was disgusted when I did it. This disgusts me.”

Diddy’s apology was self-serving, Cassie’s team said. “When Cassie and other multiple women came forward, he denied everything and suggested that his victims were looking for a payday,” said Ventura’s lawyer, Meredith Firetog of Wigdor LLP. “That he was only compelled to ‘apologize’ once his repeated denials were proven false shows his pathetic desperation, and no one will be swayed by his disingenuous words.”

Diddy faces mounting charges while the entertainment industry watches. McKinney’s lawsuit highlights industry sexual misconduct and the need to keep powerful persons accountable.


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