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Diddy’s son Christian Combs accused of sexual assault in impending lawsuit

An anonymous woman is filing a separate sexual lawsuit against Diddy’s eldest son
King Combs
King Combs (Photo credit: Bang Media)

As Diddy gets buried under a thicket of civil lawsuits and federal investigations, his son Christian Combs is now preparing for a lawsuit to be filed against him for alleged sexual assault.

Combs, 26, who raps under the name King Combs, is being accused by an unidentified woman of drugging and raping her while she was incapacitated.

The legal documents will soon be filed by attorney Tyrone Blackburn, according to Vibe magazine and The Jasmine Brand. He is the lawyer who filed the Lil Rod lawsuit in February. Blackburn has also represented complainants in their lawsuits against rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris as well as rapper Nicki Minaj and her husband Kenneth Petty. 

Of course, Christian Combs was thrust into a maddening maelstrom when he was accused by former Diddy producer Lil Rod of recruiting women and underrated girls for his famous father’s allegedly debauched house parties.

Diddy is being disowned by the entertainment industry

Diddy, 54, was the target of a pair of armed federal raids at his mansions in Los Angeles and Miami on March 25 due to the allegations of sex trafficking lobbed by singers Cassie and Lil Rod.

At least two other women have also accused the rap boss in their lawsuits of sexual assault, sexual harassment, drug abuse, gun possession and domestic violence.

The swiftness of Diddy’s precipitous plunge from the pinnacle of music has been stunning to fans. The Bad Boy record label founder, who spearheaded the legendary careers of Biggie Smalls, Lil Kim and Mase, has been disowned by pop culture and exiled by the entertainment industry. He has been disinvited or shunned by the nation’s iconic events such as the Grammy Awards and the Met Gala. Moreover, Billboard reports that Diddy’s radio airplay has plummeted by an astounding 88 percent since Cassie’s complaint in November 2023.

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