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Former Model Accuses Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs of Drugging, Sexual Assault in 2003

A former model, Crystal McKinney, has filed a lawsuit against rapper and business mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, accusing him of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2003. McKinney’s allegation, filed in a Manhattan federal district court, makes her the sixth person to accuse Diddy of sexual assault.

According to the lawsuit, McKinney met Diddy at a Men’s Fashion Week event in New York, where he invited her to a space with other men drinking and smoking marijuana. She claims she was offered a joint laced with a substance that left her incapacitated, and Diddy pressured her to continue drinking and smoking. He then allegedly forced her into oral sex in the bathroom.

McKinney’s allegation follows a string of similar accusations against Diddy, including a settled lawsuit from his former partner Cassie, who accused him of rape, abuse, and human trafficking. Other women have also come forward with allegations of sexual assault, including a college student who claimed Diddy drugged and raped her in 1991, and a woman who alleged Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall raped her and a friend over 30 years ago.

Producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones sued the rapper in New York in February and alleged he was “subjected to unwanted advances by associates of Diddy at his direction” and was forced to engage in relations with sex workers he hired.In a set of widely covered allegations, Jones said in the lawsuit that Combs regularly hosted “sex-trafficking parties” with underage women and illegal drugs, and implies record label executives who looked the other way financially benefited from access to celebrities and dignitaries like the British royal Prince Harry, who is not accused of any wrongdoing or of attending parties himself (Combs’ attorney told the Los Angeles Times the suit includes “reckless name-dropping about events that are pure fiction.”)

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