Diddy Says He’s A Victim Of ‘Cancel Culture’ As He Tries To Get Gang Rape Lawsuit Dismissed

Diddy Says He’s A Victim Of ‘Cancel Culture’ As He Tries To Get Gang Rape Lawsuit Dismissed

Update #1 (Feb. 26):  Sean “Diddy” Combs says he’s a victim of “cancel culture” after being sued for his alleged involvement in a 17-year-old girl being gang raped in 2003.

In new court documents obtained by All Hip Hop, Diddy attempts to get the case thrown out. His attorney, Jonathan Davis, writes,

“The lawsuit…has resulted in them becoming victims of the ‘cancel culture’ frenzy in the courts – well before any evidence has been presented, and on the basis of rank, uncorroborated allegations.”

The lawsuit was filed under the Victims of Gender-Motivated Violence Act (VGM), which Diddy noted (through his attorney) has been replaced with the Child Victims Act (CVA) and the Adult Survivors Act (ASA) in New York. The CVA and ASA gave accusers under 18 and over 18 respectively to file sexual assault claims in a certain timeframe. That timeframe has closed, and Diddy’s attorney said the woman’s lawsuit is not timely.

U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan agreed and stated that the case should be dismissed with prejudice, meaning the case cannot be filed again, per the outlet. Diddy also claimed that the VMA is unconstitutional, so the entire complaint violates his rights.

In addition, his attorneys state that the statute of limitations ran out in 2010, and argued the case should be tossed out.

Original Story (Feb. 21): Sean “Diddy” Combs is denying allegations that he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl. The hip-hop mogul, who was accused of drugging and raping the then-teenager in a Manhattan recording studio in 2003, filed a response to her lawsuit in the Southern District of New York Tuesday (Feb. 20), per multiple reports.

In his filing, Sean Combs (via his attorneys) denied ever assaulting the woman, identified as Jane Doe, and challenged the timing of her accusations, as well as the photos that were included in her complaint.

He claimed that he

“never participated in, witnessed, or was or is presently aware of any misconduct, sexual or otherwise, relating to plaintiff in any circumstance whatsoever.”

His attorneys pointed out that the accuser’s filing comes over 20 years after the alleged incident and that Diddy has

“lost the ability to defend himself fully and fairly in this action.”

Added his legal team:

“For example, some or all evidence that otherwise would have been available if the action had been promptly commenced may be unavailable, lost, or compromised.”

In her claims, Jane Doe alleged that Diddy, Harve Pierre, and another man, “gang-raped” her when she was 17 years old. She was allegedly sex-trafficked across state lines and given “copious amounts of drugs and alcohol.”

She alleged that two decades ago she was out with some friends in the Detroit area when she was approached by Harve Pierre. He allegedly told the minor that his longtime friend Diddy – whom he first met years prior at Howard University – would be interested in meeting her. Harve Pierre then called the “I Need A Girl” artist on the phone to convince Jane Doe to come and see him in New York by way of his private plane, she alleged.

Once the teenaged girl arrived at the studio she was allegedly fed a “copious” amount of intoxicants as Diddy, his friend Pierre, and the third man hit on her “incessantly” and groped her body. The filing includes images of the teen appearing to sit on Diddy’s lap at Daddy’s House Recordings studio from the night of the incident.

The men allegedly got Jane Doe so inebriated that everything around her began to “blur.” However, despite her inability to consent to anything, the suit claims Diddy led the teen to a bathroom, removed her skirt and underwear, and penetrated her from behind with his penis while she “hung over the sink.”

The legal document continues,

“Ms. Doe did not consent to having sex with Mr. Combs, but he continued thrusting. At some point, Mr. Combs turned Ms. Doe around to face him. He told her that he could not orgasm and asked her to squeeze his nipples as hard as she could to help him ‘get off.’ He then turned her back around and continued to rape her.”

When Jane Doe regained consciousness she looked in the mirror and allegedly saw the unidentified man raping her from behind as Diddy watched from a chair outside the bathroom. Despite her cries for him to stop, he continued to assault her, according to the suit, then moved out of the way so Pierre could take a turn raping her.

Jane Doe says Pierre subjected her to “nonconsensual vaginal sex” and then finished by “violently forcing her to give him oral sex.”

The teen was allegedly flown back to the Detroit area after she “regained her bearings” enough to walk with some assistance.

Her lawsuit marks the fourth against Diddy after his former girlfriend Cassie Ventura, filed similar claims against him in November. The ‘Me & U’ singer accused Diddy of subjecting her to sex trafficking, physical abuse, and rape, during their decade-long relationship. The two reached a settlement days after her filing.

Diddy also took to social media to deny Jane Doe’s allegations against him.


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Authored by: Char