Model McKinney Accuses Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs of 2003 Sexual Assault in New Lawsuit

Model Crystal McKinney filed a federal complaint in New York on Tuesday, claiming that Sean “Diddy” Combs forced and sexually assaulted her in 2003. Combs, the hip-hop entrepreneur, is accused of yet another sexual assault, adding to a growing series of assault cases.o.

Model McKinney Accuses Sean 'Diddy' Combs of 2003 Sexual Assault in New Lawsuit

McKinney claims in the lawsuit that when she was 22 years old, Combs took her to a recording studio during a Men’s Fashion Week event, where he forced her into taking drugs and consuming alcohol before forcing her to perform oral sex.

According to the lawsuit, McKinney alleges she was given marijuana mixed with “a narcotic or other intoxicating substance” and that Combs forcibly carried the drunken McKinney into the bathroom and forced himself on her. Following that, according to McKinney, she passed out and awoke in a taxi. According to the lawsuit, Combs then used his power to have McKinney avoided by the industry.

McKinney Case Among Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Series of Civil Legal Battles

This is the sixth civil case filed against Combs since November, with all of them accusing him of abuse. The lawsuit was filed in relation to an incident that occurred in 2016 at the now-closed InterContinental Hotel in Century City, Los Angeles, and shows Combs assaulting his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura in a hotel corridor. The video security tape was released just days prior. 

Cassie Ventura wrote a note expressing thanks for the support she has received since the video appeared.

McKinney claims in her complaint that Ventura and others’ filings made her feel compelled to come out. In the lawsuit are also listed Combs’ Sean John apparel company, his Bad Boy Entertainment label, and its parent company, Universal Music Group.

McKinney Case Among Sean 'Diddy' Combs' Series of Civil Legal Battles

Teams of federal officers raided two Combs homes in March in a coordinated manner. This was described by one of his lawyers as “a premature rush to judgment of Mr. Combs and is nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits.”

Following the release of the video evidence of Combs abusing Ventura, the record executive sent an apologetic video on his Instagram on May 19: He says on camera, “My behavior on that video is inexcusable.” “I take full responsibility for all I did in that video. I felt disgusted when I did it. “I am disgusted now.”

The following day, Ventura’s lawyers rejected the apology in a statement. “Combs’ most recent statement is more about himself than the many people he has hurt,” it said. “When Cassie and many other women came out, he denied everything and claimed that his victims were seeking a payoff.

No one will be convinced by his dishonest statements, as seen by the fact that he was only forced to “apologize” after his repeated denials were shown to be untrue. He is obviously in a desperate situation.”

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