Renowned American singer and producer, Sean Combs, widely known as Diddy, is currently grappling with a series of legal challenges as he faces a fourth sexual assault lawsuit within the span of a month.
The most recent accuser, identified as Jane Doe, came forward on Wednesday, alleging disturbing incidents that took place in 2003 when she was 17.
In the lawsuit, Jane Doe claims she was not only sexually assaulted but also “sex trafficked” and “gang-raped” by Diddy, along with Harve Pierre, a former president of Bad Boy Records, and another individual.
These serious accusations add to the legal troubles already faced by the prominent artist.
Responding to the allegations on his Instagram page, Diddy expressed his frustration, stating, “Enough is enough.”
He revealed that he had chosen to remain silent in the face of previous allegations that emerged over the past couple of weeks.
Diddy firmly asserted his innocence, condemning what he referred to as “sickening allegations” made by individuals seeking financial gain.
In his Instagram statement, Diddy vehemently denied any wrongdoing, stating, “Let me be absolutely clear that I didn’t do any of the things being alleged. And I will fight for my name, family, and for the truth.”
This latest legal development follows a series of accusations against Diddy. The first lawsuit was filed on November 17 by his ex-girlfriend, Cassie, alleging sexual assault.
However, this initial lawsuit was swiftly settled out of court, just a day after being filed. Subsequently, two more women came forward with separate lawsuits against the rapper.
The string of legal challenges poses a significant threat to Diddy’s reputation and legacy