Yung Miami Accused of Transporting Illegal Drugs for Diddy in Amended Lawsuit

Rapper Yung Miami (Caresha Romeka Brownlee) arrives at the MARCELL VON BERLIN Spring/Summer 2021 Runway Fashion Show held at the SheatsGoldstein Residence on September 16, 2021 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States. — Photo by imagepressagency

Yung Miami, the on-off girlfriend of Sean “Diddy” Combs, has been accused of illegal activity in an updated lawsuit against the Bad Boy Records founder.

This week, music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed an amendment to his initial February lawsuit against Combs.

According to the updated documents dated March 25, Lil Rod alleges Yung Miami transported “pink cocaine,” known on the streets as “tuci” or “tusi,” via a private plane for Diddy.

The new filing alleges Combs is fond of “pink cocaine. The documents say on one occasion, Diddy’s accused drug mule Brendan Paul forgot to bring that specific drug along to an event in Virginia, prompting Combs’ chief of staff, Kristina Khorram, to allegedly ask Yung Miami to transport the drug.

“Plaintiff and the Combs Rico Enterprise were rehearsing for ‘Something in the Westival’ in Virginia,” the court filing reads. “Plaintiff Jones personally witnessed Mr. Combs do a few lines of coke in his dressing room. Defendant Sean Combs wanted tuci but Brendan forgot it, so Defendant Kristina Khorram called Yung Miami. Who then brought it on the private jet from Miami.”

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According to the National Institutes of Health, “pink cocaine” contains “ketamine, often combined with…  methamphetamine, cocaine, opioids, and or new psychoactive substances.”

The court documents also allege Yung Miami, born Caresha Romeka Brownlee, was hired as a sex worker for Combs. The filing says the hip-hop mogul paid the City Girls rapper and other women with ties to music  industry insiders for sex.

“According to Plaintiff Jones, Defendant Sean Combs bragged about having several women on a monthly stipend. According to Plaintiff Jones, the women who received these payments are Caresha Romeka Brownlee, aka ‘Yung Miami,’ Jade Ramey, aka “Jade,” and Daphne Joy Cervantes Narvaez, aka, ‘Daphne Joy’ who were paid a monthly fee to work as Mr. Combs’ sex workers,” the documents say.

XXL magazine identified Daphne Joy as the mother of 50 Cent’s 12-year-old son Sire.

The amended filing additionally names actor Cuba Gooding Jr. as a defendant and alleges the Oscar-winning actor sexually assaulted Lil Rod. Gooding’s name emerged in the initial 73-page lawsuit, But he was not named as a defendant.

The complaint alleges Gooding “began touching, groping, and fondling [his] legs, his upper inner thighs near his groin, the small of his back near his buttocks, and his shoulders” while on a yacht in the U.S. Virgin Islands rented by Combs in January 2023.

Jones said Combs was “grooming him to pass him off to his friends” when he introduced the music producer to Gooding.

Diddy previously denied all of the allegations in Lil Rod’s initial lawsuit.

Reps for the music mogul, Yung Miami, and Cuba Gooding Jr. did not respond to XXL‘s request for comment on the amended court filing. Joy denied the claims and threatened a lawsuit.

In the initial complaint, filed Feb. 26, Jones said he was harassed, drugged, sexually assaulted, and forced to procure sex workers for Combs. The music producer worked with Combs from September 2022 to November 2023, and produced nine tracks on the hip-hop mogul’s recently released The Love Album: Off the Grid.

The suit says during the time that Jones spent with Combs, there was “constant unsolicited and unauthorized groping and touching.”

Jones additionally claimed that he worked as a photographer and recorded “hours” of video and audio of Combs and his inner circle involved in alleged “illegal activity.”

Jones is seeking $30 million in damages. He included pictures and screengrabs as evidence in his lawsuit.

The suit names Combs’ adult son Justin; his chief of staff Kristina Khorram; Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge; and former Motown Records CEO Ethiopia Habtemariam as additional defendants.

It was the fifth lawsuit against Combs alleging assault since November. The first came from R&B singer Casandra Ventura, known to fans as Cassie, who filed a lawsuit in Manhattan’s Federal District Court on Nov. 16.

Combs quickly settled with Cassie. Lawsuits from three more women followed.

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