Sean “Diddy” Combs: Producer sues for sexual abuse

New allegations against rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs (54): Now a man also claims to have been sexually abused by the music billionaire.

Sean “Diddy” Combs: Producer sues for sexual abuse

New allegations against rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs (54): Now a man also claims to have been sexually abused by the music billionaire. According to US media reports, the music producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones (47) stated in a filed lawsuit that he was forced by Combs to recruit numerous prostitutes and to have sex with them in front of the star's eyes for the star's pleasure. He was also regularly groped by Combs in intimate places. He has “hundreds of hours of video material” that would document the musician’s “serious illegal activities,” reports TMZ, among others.

That is why he is demanding damages of 30 million US dollars (approx. 38 million euros). The record boss Ethiopia Hebtemariam (44), who saw Combs' behavior but dismissed it as "friendly nonsense", is also named as a witness. According to her, the rapper was simply expressing his affection and showing that he liked Jones. In a statement from Sean "Diddy" Combs' lawyer, the allegations are vehemently denied and described as "disgusting." Jones' claims are "pure fiction."

The plaintiff is nothing more than a liar who shamelessly wants to get millions of dollars, said "Diddy's" lawyer Shawn Holley. This is a “transparent attempt” to generate headlines. There is “overwhelming, indisputable evidence” that the claims are “complete lies.”

Combs hired Jones in August 2022 to record some songs on the R

The complaint contains other minor outrages and humiliations that Jones allegedly endured. For example, Combs showered naked next to him while he had to work in that bathroom. He was also deliberately drugged by the rapper. Pressure was created with the threat of physical violence. “Diddy” also boasted to him that he had already shot people.

The current lawsuit is one of the serious allegations that Sean “Diddy” Combs is currently having to deal with. He is currently accused, along with two other men, of raping a then 17-year-old high school student. This was reported by the broadcaster “CNN”, among others, citing court documents submitted. The woman claims to have been the victim of a gang rape in 2003. She was given drugs and alcohol and taken on a private jet to New York, where the alleged assault occurred in a studio.

She named Combs and Harve Pierre, the former president of Bad Boy Entertainment, the company the rapper founded, as well as a third man. As a result, the woman has had to live with “significant emotional stress and feelings of shame” over the past 20 years. She is demanding damages in an undisclosed amount.

In the wake of these serious allegations, a planned reality show and documentary series about Combs' family was canceled. As the industry magazine "Variety" reports, the streaming service Hulu stopped development of the series under the working title "Diddy 7" at an early stage.

The musician asserts that he has "done none of the terrible things that I have been accused of. I will fight for my name, my family and for the truth." He previously fended off a rape lawsuit from his ex-girlfriend, singer and dancer Cassie (37), thanks to an out-of-court settlement. Another lawsuit is also currently underway against Combs. Another woman who appeared in some of his music videos claims she was drugged and then raped by the rapper in New York in 1991.