Now four women introduced themselves complaints against the American rapper Sean Diddy Combs sexual assault. The most recent case, involving an anonymous person, shows that the musician and two other men gang-raped her when she was 17 years old, in 2003.

Jane Doealias the plaintiff, alleges that Combs took her to nozzle privately from Michigan to his studio in New York when she was a minor, and that he gave her large amounts of drugs and alcohol before abusing her.

The 54-year-old artist claims that he did not commit any of the acts for which he was accused, reported BBC newswho unsuccessfully tried to contact his company, Bad Boy Entertainment.

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However, the woman’s lawyers sent the document BBC news who reaffirmed that the defendants attacked the high school student as part of a “model of human trafficking for sexual purposes”.

On the other hand, the magazine Rolling stone It keeps it going Another one involved is the president of Bad Boy Entertainment, Harvey Pierre, singer, writer and producer who goes by the stage name Joe Hooker.

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Diddy He quickly dismissed the accusations, claiming they came from people who wanted to extort him. “It was enough. For the last two weeks I sat in silence and watched “They were trying to kill my image, destroy my reputation and my legacy,” he said on Instagram today..

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“Let me be absolutely clear: I did none of the horrible things that are alleged. “I will fight for my name, my family and the truth,” he said.

This is the fourth lawsuit in the last few weeks against the singer, which was recently launched Love album: Off the Grid, nominated for a Grammy Award, which Combs has already won four times.

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The penultimate accusation describes similar behavior of the rapper towards his own ex-girlfriend Casandra Ventura, Cassiewho accused him of raping and beating her for more than a decade, the agency noted EFE. Ventura y Combs, formerly known as a pseudonym Puff Daddythey reached an agreement, as they announced in November of this year.

Accusations like this can continue through New York’s Law on Victims of Gender-Based Violence, which allows survivors to file civil lawsuits even after the statute of limitations has run. (AND)