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Diddy Hit With Second Sexual Assault Lawsuit, Victim Claims He Drugged And Recorded Her

A second lawsuit has been filed under the Adult Survivors Act, accusing Combs of sexual assault, drugging, and subjecting a woman to 'revenge porn.'

A second sexual assault lawsuit was filed on Nov. 23, under the New York Adult Survivors Act, against Sean “Diddy” Combs. In the latest suit, the music mogul is accused of drugging, sexually assaulting, and subjecting a woman to “revenge porn.” The civil suit, naming Diddy and his companies, including Bad Boy Entertainment, seeks unspecified damages for the alleged substantial and lifelong injuries plaintiff, Joi Dickerson-Neal, claims she suffered stemming from a 1991 incident when she was a Syracuse University student, as reported by CNN.

The lawsuit, filed in New York Supreme Court, demands a trial by jury and alleges that Diddy intentionally drugged Dickerson-Neal during a dinner date in Harlem, rendering her physically incapacitated. The suit further claims that Diddy sexually assaulted her, recorded the incident, and distributed the footage to others as “revenge porn.”

A spokesperson for Diddy dismissed the allegations as “made up and not credible,” describing the lawsuit as “purely a money grab.”

“This last-minute lawsuit is an example of how a well-intentioned law can be turned on its head,” the spokesperson said. “Mr. Combs never assaulted her, and she implicates companies that did not exist.” Bad Boy Entertainment has not yet provided a comment.

Dickerson-Neal’s life allegedly spiraled into severe depression and suicidal thoughts after the incident, leading to hospitalization. Despite filing police reports and speaking to prosecutors, she said that her allegations were not corroborated, and witnesses feared retaliation from Combs. The suit suggests that Dickerson-Neal continued working in the music industry, eventually leaving due to Diddy’s rising influence.

The lawsuit also connects Dickerson-Neal’s decision to come forward with the recent filing against Diddy by Cassie Ventura, his former girlfriend. Ventura accused Diddy of sexual abuse, rape, and trafficking, a case reportedly resolved amicably within a day of filing. Diddy’s representative clarified that the resolution was not an admission of wrongdoing.

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