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New Diddy Lawsuit Unveils Disturbing Allegations of Sexual Assault and Harassment by Producer

In a shocking turn of events, music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs faces yet another sexual assault lawsuit, this time filed by producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones. The lawsuit, seeking $30 million in damages, accuses Diddy of a pattern of sexual misconduct, harassment, and even involvement in an alleged racketeering enterprise.

According to court documents obtained by various sources, Jones worked closely with Diddy from September 2022 to November 2023, during which he claims to have experienced a series of horrifying incidents. The producer alleges that he was subjected to “constant unsolicited and unauthorized groping and touching of his anus” by Diddy during his time living with the music mogul in various locations, including homes in Florida, Los Angeles, and New York, as well as on a rented yacht in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The lawsuit goes beyond accusations against Diddy alone, naming several other prominent figures in the entertainment industry as co-defendants. Notable names include Justin Combs (Diddy’s son), Lucian Grainge (CEO of Universal Music Group), Ethiopia Habtemariam (former CEO of Motown Records), and even Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr.

Jones alleges that he has “irrefutable evidence” of sexual misconduct involving Yung Miami’s cousin, accusing her of assaulting him in front of Diddy and others during a Thanksgiving Day gathering in 2022. The lawsuit further claims that Yung Miami and others were allegedly paid by Diddy to work as “sex workers.”

In a disturbing revelation, the lawsuit also accuses Diddy of being involved in an incident where a man identified as “G,” a friend of Diddy’s son Justin, was shot. Jones claims that Diddy forced him to lie to authorities about the shooting, adding another layer of complexity to the legal battle.

The lawsuit doesn’t stop at sexual assault allegations. Jones accuses Diddy of attempting to manipulate him emotionally by showing explicit footage of Grammy-winning producer Stevie J engaging in sexual activities. Stevie J, in response, has denied the allegations and stated that his lawyer will handle the matter.

Diddy’s attorney, Shawn Holley, vehemently denies the accusations, calling Jones a “liar” and emphasizing the existence of “overwhelming, indisputable proof” that the claims are false. Holley accuses Jones of seeking an “undeserved payday” and states that they will address the allegations in court.

This lawsuit adds to a growing list of sexual assault accusations against Diddy, with previous cases still pending. In November 2023, his ex-girlfriend Cassie settled a lawsuit accusing Diddy of sexual assault and abuse, while two other women, Liza Gardner and Joie Dickerson-Neal, also filed lawsuits with similar claims.

As these disturbing allegations continue to unfold, the legal battle surrounding Diddy’s alleged sexual misconduct takes center stage, raising questions about accountability and the industry’s response to such serious accusations.