Diddy Accused in New Lawsuit of Assaulting Teenage Girl – He Denies the ‘Sickening’ Allegations

Sean "Diddy" Combs attends Killing Them Softly Premiere at Palais des Festivals on May 22, 2012 in Cannes, France. — Photo by Arp/Deposit Photos)

Sean “Diddy” Combs has been hit with a fourth lawsuit alleging sexual assault.

The suit, filed Wednesday, Dec. 6, in U.S. District Court in New York, accuses Combs and two other men of raping and trafficking a 17-year-old woman in 2003.

The woman, identified only as Jane Doe, alleges she was “sex trafficked” and “gang raped” by Combs, music executive Harve Pierre, and a third unnamed man, according to the lawsuit obtained by the  Los Angeles Times.

Combs immediately released a statement on Instagram denying the claims.

“Enough is enough. 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. 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 music mogul said in the statement.

Sean "Diddy" Combs released a statement after being sued on Dec. 6. 2023. (Credit: Instagram)

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The complaint says the woman met Pierre, then president of Bad Boy Records, and the unnamed man at a lounge in Detroit.

The lawsuit says the two men convinced her to join them on a private jet to New York City to meet Combs at his Daddy’s House Recording Studio.

The woman’s complaint alleges Pierre smoked crack cocaine in a restroom at the lounge, then forced her to give him oral sex. Afterwards, the woman said the unnamed man escorted her to a private jet at an airport in Pontiac, Mich., and they flew to Teterboro, N.J.

Once the group arrived on the East Coast, they went to the recording studio to connect with Combs, according to the complaint. The suit says Combs and Pierre “plied Ms. Doe with drugs and alcohol.”

The complaint goes on to say the woman became too “inebriated” to consent to sex. It alleges Combs directed her to a restroom where he “removed” her skirt and underwear, “and penetrated her from behind with his penis while she hung over the sink.”

The woman alleged Combs then “watched” as the third man assaulted her. The suit alleges Pierre followed and “violently forced her to give him oral sex,” while she was “choking and struggling to breathe.”

After the alleged assaults, she was put on a plane and flown home. The lawsuit says her “underwear was missing” when she left the recording studio.

According to the Times, the suit includes photos of the accuser taken at the studio during the night of the alleged assaults.

Pierre issued a statement saying he never assaulted Doe nor did he witness anyone else doing so.

The woman is represented by Douglas H. Wigdor, the same attorney, who filed Cassie’s bombshell lawsuit.

“As alleged in the complaint, Defendants preyed on a vulnerable high school teenager as part of a sex trafficking scheme that involved plying her with alcohol and transporting her by private jet to New York City where she was gang raped by the three individual defendants at Mr. Combs’ studio. The depravity of these abhorrent acts has, not surprisingly, scarred Doe for life,” Wigdor said in a statement.

Model and R&B singer Casandra Ventura, known to fans as Cassie, filed her lawsuit in Manhattan’s Federal District Court on Thursday, Nov. 16, saying she endured “over a decade” of Combs’ alleged “violent behavior and disturbed demands” while the two dated off-and-on.

The suit alleged she was raped and sex trafficked by Combs, who denied the claims in Ventura’s 35-page lawsuit. The day after she filed suit, the two sides announced they had settled it “amicably.”

A week later, two more women filed complaints alleging they were sexually assaulted by Combs.

Joi Dickerson-Neal sued Combs on Nov. 23, in Manhattan Supreme Court alleging the Bay Boy Records founder raped her 1991, when she was a student at Syracuse University. Dickerson-Neal claimed in the lawsuit that she met Combs at a music video shoot. After agreeing to go on a date with him, she alleged Combs drugged her, assaulted her, and videotaped the encounter.

Combs denied the woman’s allegations.

Also on Nov. 23, a woman identified as Jane Doe, filed a separate lawsuit alleging Combs and R&B singer-songwriter Aaron Hall of the group Guy, “took turns” raping her in 1990 or 1991.

Combs denied the claims in the suit. Hall did not respond to requests for comment.

The three previous suits were filed under the Adult Survivors Act in New York state, which took effect in 2022 and eliminated the statute of limitations on sexual assault cases for one year. The law expired at midnight on Friday, Nov. 24.