Cassie has come forward with very shocking allegations against Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs. 

On Thursday (November 16), the 37-year-old “Me & U” singer filed a lawsuit detailing her experiences with her 54-year-old music mogul ex. She is accusing him of rape and abuse for over a decade. 

Cassie was previously signed to Diddy’s label and was in a long-term relationship with him. 

In the lawsuit, she claims that not long after she met him back in 2005 when she was 19 and he was 36, Diddy started a pattern of abuse and control which included plying her with drugs, bearing her, and forcing her to engage in sexual activities with a succession of male prostitues as he filmed the encounters. 

She claims that a few years into their relationship, he wanted to “engaged in a fantasy of his called ‘voyeurism’” so she became involved in what he called “freak offs,” where he ordered her to have sex with male prostitutes as he watched, masturbated, and took photos and videos. Because of this, she says she was a victim of sex trafficking. 

She also accuses him of sexual battery, sexual assault, and violations of NYC’s gender-motivated violence law. She states that in one “freak off,” he got violent and punched her in the face. He also threw glass vases at her. 

The suit also says he provided Cassie with “copious amounts of drugs” including ketamine and ecstasy. He also allegedly became violent and beat her “multiple times each year.” In 2009, he became enraged when he saw Cassie talking to another talent agent and he pushed her into a car and kicked her in the face until she bled. 

Diddy allegedly became so angry about a rival suitor, Kid Cudi, that he said he would blow up his car. Around that time, the car is said to have exploded. Kid Cudi confirmed via a rep that this was true. Diddy once dangled a friend of Cassie’s over a 17th-floor hotel balcony. 

In 2018 near the end of their relationship, Cassie claims he forced his way into her home and raped her. 

Cassie writes:

“After years in silence and darkness, I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships.”


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