Hip-Hop Mogul Diddy Hit With $30 Million Lawsuit As Record Producer Alleges Years of Groping, Threats, and Drug-Induced Rape in Shocking Legal Battle Unveiled in New York

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, the rap billionaire and music mogul, is embroiled in a scandal as record producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones files a $30 million lawsuit accusing Diddy of sexual abuse, constant groping, and potential drug-induced rape. This latest legal battle comes amid existing lawsuits from three women, and Diddy’s lawyer dismisses Jones’s claims as ‘pure fiction.’

Jones’s Accusations: Groping, Prostitution, and Disturbing Video Allegations

In a shocking revelation, Jones alleges that he was instructed by Diddy to recruit prostitutes and engage in sexual activities for the star’s pleasure. The lawsuit claims Jones has extensive video documentation of what he describes as ‘serious illegal activity.’ The suit further implicates key figures in the music industry, including record boss Ethiopia Habtemariam, who allegedly dismissed Diddy’s actions as ‘friendly horseplay.’

Diddy’s Denial and Lawyer’s Response: Claims of Fabrication and Seeking Headlines

Diddy vehemently denies all existing allegations against him, labeling them ‘sickening.’ His lawyer, Shawn Holley, dismisses Jones as a ‘liar’ seeking an ‘undeserved payday’ through a baseless $30 billion lawsuit. Holley emphasizes the lack of credibility in Jones’s claims, asserting that attempts to share evidence proving the allegations as false have been ignored.

Timeline of Jones’s Involvement: From Collaboration to Alleged Assaults

Jones entered Diddy’s world in August 2022 when recruited to produce songs for the R&B album ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid,’ nominated for a Grammy after its release in September 2023. However, the lawsuit claims that what began as a professional collaboration turned into a year-long ordeal for Jones, involving ‘constant unsolicited and unauthorized groping and touching of his anus.’

Disturbing Encounters: Cuba Gooding Jr., Yung Miami’s Relative, and More

Jones alleges sexual assaults not only by Diddy but also by actor Cuba Gooding Jr. during an introduction on a yacht. Furthermore, he claims to have been assaulted by a female cousin of Diddy’s girlfriend, Yung Miami. Jones also asserts that he was forced to watch a video of record producer Stevie J engaging in explicit acts. According to the lawsuit, Jones was required to work in Diddy’s bathroom, where the star would shower naked behind a glass screen.

Intimidation and Threats: Abuse of Power Allegations

The lawsuit paints a disturbing picture of Diddy’s alleged use of power to intimidate Jones, with claims that the hip-hop star made it clear he wielded immense influence in the music industry and with law enforcement. Jones alleges threats of bodily harm if he did not comply with Diddy’s demands.

Involvement of Underage Girls: Drugging Claims and Disturbing Party Scene

Jones contends that Diddy’s house parties featured underage girls and sex workers, with allegations that he witnessed the star drugging their drinks. The lawsuit asserts that Jones was ordered to recruit sex workers in Miami, and he claims to have been drugged himself in February the previous year, waking up in bed with Diddy and two sex workers.

Legal Ramifications: Co-Defendants and RICO Enterprise Allegations

The $30 million lawsuit not only names Diddy but also includes his son Justin, chief of staff Kristina Khorram, and Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grange as defendants. Jones accuses Khorram of ‘grooming’ on behalf of Diddy. The lawsuit suggests collaboration between Motown Records, Love Records, and Universal Music Group in a “RICO enterprise” that allegedly failed to adequately monitor, warn, or supervise the actions of Diddy, his son, and his chief of staff.

Ongoing Legal Battles and Diddy’s Denials: A Pattern Emerges

This recent lawsuit adds to a series of legal challenges Diddy has faced, including a recent denial of gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in his Manhattan recording studio. Diddy has never been convicted and settled a rape lawsuit brought by R&B singer Cassie. In December, he issued a statement vehemently denying all allegations against him.

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