Diddy has finally addressed the slew of allegations against him from multiple sources claiming that he sexually abused and assaulted them.
In case you missed it, his ex-girlfriend, Casandra “Cassie” Ventura, slammed him with a lawsuit last month, giving way to two other women — Joi Dickerson-Neal and Jane Doe — the chance to come forward with their own stories.
Now, after The Blast obtained court documents of a 5th complaint against the rapper, he has now gone public with a statement.
Diddy Declares His Innocence Following Multiple Allegations Of Sexual Abuse & Rape
Over the last three weeks, Diddy, real name Sean Combs, has had to deal with seeing his name plastered across various headlines.
Finally, the three-time Grammy Awards winner took to his social media page to post a message to his 20.3 million followers. Titled “Enough is Enough,” the statement, written in white letters against a black background, read:
“For the last couple of weeks, I have sat silently and watched people try to assassinate my character, destroy my reputation and my legacy. Sickening allegations have been made against me by individuals looking for a quick payday.”
To express his innocence in the midst of the damaging scandal, the “Hello Good Morning” hitmaker wrote, “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.”
The short remark, posted via Instagram, came with no caption and left no room for fans to engage as Diddy locked its comment section.
The ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ Star Was Hit With A Fifth Sexual Abuse Lawsuit
Before his social media update, The Blast obtained new legal documents revealing that the “Making the Band” producer is facing a lawsuit from a Jane Doe who alleges that he “sex trafficked and gang raped” her when she was in the 11th grade.
In the filing, the plaintiff asserted that she had been attacked by the record producer alongside his friends in 2003 when she was 17.
Filed against Diddy and Harve Pierre, President of Bad Boy Entertainment, the papers allege that Mr. Pierre approached the victim in Michigan, claiming to be “best friends” with Mr. Combs.
The complaint states that the rapper convinced her, half his age at the time, to join Mr. Pierre and a “third assailant” on a private jet to his studio in New York City.
However, before boarding the aircraft, “Mr. Pierre smoked crack cocaine in a bathroom at the lounge, in which he also sexually assaulted her by forcing her to give him oral sex.”
The filing declared that once they arrived at the “Monster’s Ball” actor’s studio, “the defendants plied Ms. Doe with drugs and alcohol and viciously gang raped her, one after the other.”
The document further noted that “As the night wore on,” “Ms. Doe became more and more inebriated, eventually to the point that she could not possibly have consented to have sex with anyone, much less someone twice her age.” The accuser disclosed that during the assault, Diddy complained about being unable to climax unless she pinched his nipples as forcefully as possible.
After that, “Mr. Pierre took his turn at raping Ms. Doe and then violently forced her to give him oral sex, during which Ms. Doe was choking and struggling to breathe. When Mr. Pierre finished, he left Ms. Doe alone in the bathroom. Ms. Doe fell into the fetal position and lay on the floor.”
The complaint also detailed, “Finally, after a period of time, Ms. Doe regained her bearings. However, she could barely stand up following the gang rape and had to be helped to walk out of the building and back into a car. She was taken back to an airport and flown back to Michigan.”
Ms. Doe included pictures of her encounter with Diddy that night, but her face was blurred out.
The unnamed woman asserted that she has “lived with her memories of this fateful night for 20 years, during which time she has suffered extreme emotional distress that has impacted nearly every aspect of her life and personal relationships.”
Ms. Doe is seeking injunctive, declaratory, and monetary relief against the Defendants, stating that “the amount in controversy in this matter exceeds $75,000.”