Diddy’s Sexual Assault Investigation Is Reportedly Being Made Into Several Documentaries

Diddy’s Sexual Assault Investigation Is Reportedly Being Made Into Several Documentaries

Looks like Hollywood production companies are trying to get ahead of documenting Diddy’s probable sexual assault trial.

Reports state that at least five studios have documentaries about the situation in the works after his homes in Miami and L.A. were raided by federal agents.

As you may know, media mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is currently facing a string of sexual abuse, RICO violations, and sex trafficking accusations from several alleged victims. An investigation into the allegations led to the 54-year-old’s homes being raided, reportedly revving up Hollywood interest in his story as it brought massive attention to the pending case.

Now, reports state that multiple production studios are developing documentaries about the case and will cover the story entirely. Some producers have reportedly reached out to people who are (or have at one point in time been) part of Diddy’s circle, hoping they’ll be part of the project. It’s also been reported that some companies have even reached out to his famous ex-lover, Cassandra ‘Cassie’ Ventura. If you recall, the “Me & U” singer filed a bombshell sexual assault lawsuit against the REVOLT founder last year, essentially kicking off a wave of similar allegations. She’s reportedly now working with the federal investigators.

Other sought-after Diddy affiliates reportedly include his former assistants, security guards, and his Making The Band starlet Aubrey O’Day. As we’ve previously reported, the Danity Kane member has been very vocal about her former boss’ alleged abusive tendencies for years. While she never accused him of sexual abuse, she often claimed Diddy regularly stole from his artists and abused his position over them.

One report notes that Hulu is confirmed to be one of the five major studios rushing to put together their documentary. Diddy’s hip-hop nemesis Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has also made clear his intentions to produce a project about the story. If you recall, the “Candy Shop” rapper first made the declaration in December of last year and has since gone on to ridicule Diddy online about the allegations.

At this time, there have been no official charges drawn against Diddy. However, Hollywood seems to be certain the case is just getting started.

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Authored by: Kay Johnson