Sean Diddy Combs was spotted in Miami after he came under the spotlight with a number of sexual assault lawsuits coming his way.
Just hours after receiving notice of a third sexual assault lawsuit, Diddy was spotted on Friday looking unhappy at his luxurious Florida home.
The rapper was spotted at his estate, Star Island, which is located close to Miami and consists of two lavish residences.
The troubled music mogul, wearing an all-black outfit, seemed to have the backing of his mother, Janice Combs; her daughter Chance; Sarah Chapman, her mother; and D’Lila Star Combs and Jessie James Combs, her teenage twin daughters.
Rolling Stone reported on Friday that Combs, 54, was sued in New York County Supreme Court by an unidentified woman who claims he and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall took turns raping her and a friend in 1990/1.
In her lawsuit, the lady identified as Jane Doe, also states that Diddy choked her when he visited her after the alleged rape because he was afraid her friend would tell his then-girlfriend about the assault.
The information was released soon after a second woman sued the music executive, claiming that he had drugged and molested her while she was a student in 1991.
Diddy’s representative denied the lawsuit in a statement stating, “Combs vehemently denied the allegations listed in the lawsuit while describing it as a money grab.” Just as Diddy’s lawyer denied Cassie’s suit but later settled it.
The spokesperson also said: “The public should be skeptical and not rush to accept these bogus allegations. Mr. Combs is an easy target for anonymous accusers who lie without conscience or consequence for financial benefit.”
The lawsuit from the anonymous woman comes after two previous cases filed against Diddy. Though the specifics of the settlement have not been made public, Combs previously settled a lawsuit brought by his ex-girlfriend, the R&B singer Cassie, in just one day.
The Adult Survivors Act, a New York statute that ended on Thursday, allowed for the settlement. The law, which became operative on November 24, 2022, gave adult victims of sexual abuse a year to file a lawsuit, irrespective of whether the statute of limitations had run out.
Then, on Thursday, word leaked out that the music mogul was being sued by another woman. Joi Dickerson-Neal indicated that while attending Syracuse University in 1991, Diddy put something in her drink, attacked her sexually, and recorded the entire ordeal.