Sean Combs denies rape and abuse allegations: ‘Enough Is enough’

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Sean Combs Works Up A Sweat At Equinox
Music mogul Sean Combs leaves the Equinox Gym in Los Angeles, California covered in a sweat after a workout on May 7, 2014. (Photo by FameFlynet)

“Enough is enough,” Sean “Diddy” Combs exclaimed, adamantly denying any wrongdoing amidst a storm of rape and abuse lawsuits. In an effort to set the record straight, the rapper took to both X and Instagram on Wednesday with a powerful statement.

“For the last couple of weeks, I've been sitting on the sidelines, watching people try to tear down my character, destroy my reputation, and tarnish my legacy,” Combs passionately declared.

But he didn't stop there. With conviction in his words, he continued, “Outrageous allegations have been thrown at me by individuals seeking a quick payday. Let me be crystal clear: I am innocent of all the heinous accusations being tossed around. I will fight tooth and nail to protect my name, my family, and most importantly, the truth.”

Last month, singer Cassie accused Combs of a pattern of physical and sexual abuse, including allegations of rape and assault during their tumultuous ten-year relationship. However, shortly after, Cassie and Combs reached a settlement that both parties found satisfactory, according to Cassie's legal team.

Within days, two more women stepped forward to file complaints against Combs. One spoke out about being drugged, sexually assaulted, and abused, even falling victim to revenge porn. The other claimed she was coerced into a sexual encounter with Combs.

Now, a fourth lawsuit has emerged, alleging that in 2003, Combs, along with Bad Boy Entertainment executive Harve Pierre and another man, gang-raped a minor at Combs' New York recording studio. The courageous plaintiff, identified as Jane Doe, found strength in seeing other women bravely come forward against Combs and Pierre.

It's important to note that these lawsuits have surfaced after New York's Adult Survivors Act expired last month. Combs' accusers filed their claims under the provision, which allowed a one-year look-back period for individuals to sue over claims that would have otherwise fallen outside the statute of limitations.

However, Jane Doe is taking a different legal route by pursuing her case under a New York City statute against gender-motivated violence.

The situation remains a heated topic of discussion, but Sean “Diddy” Combs stands firm in his denial of all allegations. Only time will tell how this story unfolds.



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