Seventh Woman Accuses Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs of Sexual Assault in Graphic Lawsuit

A new lawsuit has been filed against Sean “Diddy” Combs, with the plaintiff alleging that she had “four terrifying sexual encounters” with the rapper between the mid-1990s and early 2000s.

In documents filed Thursday in New York State Supreme Court, former fashion student April Lampros said she met Combs in 1994 while they were students at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

The lawsuit accuses Combs of assault, battery, sexual assault, negligent infliction of emotional distress and gender-based violence, reports the BBC. Reports.

“Plaintiff has suffered and is suffering damages, including physical injury, severe emotional distress, humiliation, anxiety and other consequential damages, and is entitled to monetary damages and other relief,” the filing states.

Lampros, now 51, was an intern at Arista Records, but the documents state the company “negligently determined that Mr. Combs was suitable for a position of authority…and that Mr. Combs would not commit sexual assault or harm others,” according to the BBC.

She also claims that the musician, whose real name is Sean Combs, once gave her ecstasy and forced her to have sex with Combs’ ex-girlfriend, Kim Porter.

Porter died of pneumonia in 2018.

Bad Boy Records, Arista Records and Sony Entertainment are named as defendants.

The documents also include a claim that she was told several years ago that Lampros had recorded “a video of her and Sean Combs having sex” “without her knowledge.”

It says it was shown to multiple people.

Lampros’ lawsuit comes just days after security camera footage was released showing Combs assaulting his former partner, Cassie Ventura, in a hotel hallway in 2016, Breitbart News reported.

The rapper responded to the video, saying he is “truly sorry” and that he is truly “disgusted” by his “inexcusable” behavior.

Combs is also being sued by Liza Gardner, Jane Doe Joy Dickerson Neal and music producer Rodney “Lil’ Rod” Jones. Combs denies all of the allegations.

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