Combs temporarily stepped down as chairman of the TV network he co-founded in 2013, a spokesperson for the record executive confirmed. The move follows lawsuits against Combs alleging sexual abuse.
Two more women have come forward to accuse Combs of sexual abuse, a week after the music mogul settled a separate lawsuit with the singer Cassie that contained allegations of rape and physical abuse.
The development comes a day after Combs' former partner, the singer Cassie, filed the federal lawsuit in Manhattan alleging she was drugged, raped and forced to perform sexual acts.
The singer Cassie has accused the rap mogul of subjecting her to years of abuse, in a suit made possible by the Adult Survivors Act. Can the case spark a sexual assault reckoning within hip-hop?
R&B Singer Cassie Ventura has filed a civil lawsuit against hip-hop mogul Sean Combs, alleging she suffered physical and sexual abuse for more than a decade.
Sean “Diddy” Combs, one of the most successful entrepreneurs and cultural icons of all time, presented his check to Jackson State Football during Saturday’s Cricket MEAC-SWAC Challenge Kickoff in Atlanta.
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