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Another lawsuit accusing Sean “Diddy” Combs of sexual assault and revenge porn

A second lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs is expected to be filed in a few weeks, alleging drug use, sexual assault, and involvement in “revenge porn.” Targeting Combs and his businesses, including Bad Boy Entertainment, the civil lawsuit was filed under the New York Adult Survivors Act. As the deadline for the state’s lookback law draws near, this case is one of many brought against well-known individuals.

 

 

The lawsuit, which calls for a jury trial, alleges that Combs drugged, physically abused, and exposed the plaintiff to revenge pornography, all of which caused serious, lifelong injuries. The claims are denied by a Combs representative, who calls the legislation a “money grab” and claims that the well-meaning legislation has been twisted.

Following accusations against Sean “Diddy” Combs, Joi Dickerson-Neal, the alleged victim, is still struggling

The alleged victim, Joi Dickerson-Neal, had appeared in video clips with Combs while she was a student at Syracuse University in 1991. According to the lawsuit, Combs gave her a drug during dinner, which left her unable to move or stand. It also asserts that Combs violated her sexually, recorded the incident, and shared the video. Dickerson-Neal spoke with prosecutors and filed police reports, but the lawsuit implies that witnesses were afraid of Combs taking revenge. Dickerson-Neal persevered in her career in the music business despite the emotional toll she took until she was subjected to Combs’ mistreatment once more as a result of a lawsuit Cassie Ventura filed on November 16, 2023. Ventura accused Combs of rape, sexual abuse, and trafficking; Combs maintained that the case was settled amicably and did not involve any admission of guilt.

Diddy’s Lawyer denies Claims, Promoting Justice and Rights of Survivors

The attorney for Combs contends that the lawsuit disputes his rejection of allegations and demonstrates how well-meaning laws can be abused. The representative denies Dickerson-Neal’s claims, highlighting that Combs never physically harmed her and naming fictitious businesses. There has been no comment from a Bad Boy Entertainment representative. The lawsuit highlights the need for a legal system that upholds justice without jeopardizing the credibility of victims while also requesting damages and exposing the difficulties faced by survivors when levelling accusations against influential people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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