Diddy Sued by Woman Claiming He Assaulted Her Multiple Times, Including Once With Kim Porter

American rapper Diddy (Sean Combs) arrives at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 15, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. (Credit: Shutterstock)

Sean “Diddy” Combs has been hit with a second lawsuit this week alleging sexual abuse.

April Lampros filed a complaint against the music mogul on Thursday, May 23, in New York Supreme Court alleging he assaulted her multiple times in the 1990s, including once with the late Kim Porter.

In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Lampros said she was a college student at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York when she met Combs. The filing says the mogul offered to mentor Lampros and introduce her to music and fashion industry executives.

According to the complaint, Lampros and Combs had drinks together in 1995 at a New York City bar, where he “plied” her with alcohol and took her back to his room at the Millennium Hotel.

The documents say Lampros started to feel sick as if “the walls were closing in on her,” suggesting she was drugged. She alleges Diddy then forced himself on her. The complaint says she was conscious but too weak to defend herself. She woke up the next morning “nude, sore and confused.”

The lawsuit claims Combs assaulted her three more times over the next few years.

Months after the first alleged rape, the suit says Lampros agreed to have dinner with Combs. They were walking to his car in a parking garage, when the mogul allegedly forced her to perform oral sex on him. Lampros says a parking attendant witnessed the incident.

She alleges in a 1996 incident, Combs forced her and his then-girlfriend Kim Porter (who died in 2018) to take ecstasy and have sex together before he raped Lampros.

The documents say Lampros ran into the mogul at Rockefeller Center sometime between 2000 or early 2001, when he was dating Jennifer Lopez. Lampros claims Combs came back to her apartment and “violently grabbed her and forced himself onto her,” but she was able to fight him off, and he left.

The lawsuit names Combs, Bad Boy Records and Arista Records as defendants. Attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn is representing Lampros and others accusing Combs of abuse.

A representative for the music mogul did not respond to a request for comment.

This latest lawsuit was filed just two days after former fashion model Crystal McKinney filed a complaint against the embattled music mogul on Tuesday, May 21, in federal court in Manhattan.

According to her complaint, McKinney alleged Combs drugged and sexually assaulted her after they met at a dinner party in Manhattan during Men’s Fashion Week 2003, when she was 22 years old.

The suit names Combs, Bad Boy Records and Bad Boy Entertainment, Sean John Clothing, and Universal Music Group as defendants. McKinney is seeking unspecified damages for pain and suffering.

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