Diddy faces a third lawsuit from an accuser alleging sexual assault.


Sean “Diddy” Combs is facing a third sexual assault lawsuit, filed under New York state’s Adult Survivors Act just before the expiration of a special one-year window for such complaints. The latest complaint comes from an anonymous accuser, identified as Jane Doe, who alleges that Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall took turns raping her and her friend in 1990 or 1991. The filing further claims that Diddy turned violent a few days later during a rage.

According to the complaint, Jane Doe and her friend met Diddy and Hall at an event hosted by MCA Records, the distributor of Uptown Records, at the company’s offices in New York. The filing describes Combs and Hall as being flirtatious and handsy, offering drinks to the women throughout the night. As the event concluded, Combs and Hall allegedly invited the women to Hall’s apartment for an afterparty.

While at Hall’s apartment, Jane Doe claims she was coerced into having sex with Combs, who then allegedly left the room, and Hall forced her friend into a sexual encounter. The complaint suggests that, based on information and belief, Combs and Hall switched partners. After the alleged assaults, Combs reportedly visited the women’s home and became violent, assaulting and choking Jane Doe.

The lawsuit names MCA Music Entertainment and Geffen Records, alongside Hall and Combs, as defendants. Jane Doe alleges that she informed friends and family about the incidents, sought medical treatment to cope with the trauma, and filed the lawsuit in New York County Supreme Court. This third lawsuit follows accusations from Diddy’s ex-girlfriend, singer Cassie Ventura, who accused him of rape and sex trafficking, resulting in an out-of-court settlement. Another recent lawsuit claimed that Diddy intentionally drugged and sexually assaulted Joi Dickerson-Neal in January 1991, while she was a Syracuse University student visiting New York City.

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