P.Diddy: Sixth woman accuses Sean Combs of drugging, sexually assaulting her

A former model named Crystal McKinney has leveled accusations against the embattled United States rapper and business mogul, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, alleging that he drugged and sexually assaulted her in 2003.

McKinney’s allegations were detailed in a lawsuit she filed against Diddy on Tuesday at the federal district court in Manhattan.

McKinney, now the sixth person to accuse Diddy of sexual assault, recounted her encounter with the rapper. She claimed that she met him during a Men’s Fashion Week event at Cipriani Downtown in New York.

In the lawsuit, McKinney, who was 22, said the rapper invited her to the New York City space, where he and a group of men were drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana.

McKinney said she was offered a joint, which she later came to believe had been laced with a “narcotic or other intoxicating substance.”

After she “Insisted that she had enough,” she said Combs pressured her to continue drinking and smoking and “demanded” she follow him to the bathroom.

She alleged that the rapper forced himself on her, began kissing her, shoved her head down to his crotch, and commanded her to “suck it.”

She claimed that she refused, alleging that Diddy “pushed my head down and forced oral sex.

Diddy gained initial attention in November 2023 when Cassie accused him of rape, abuse, and human trafficking throughout their 10-year relationship. However, the lawsuit was resolved out of court just one day after its filing.

Following the dispute with Cassie, Diddy faced allegations of sexual assault in a lawsuit filed in the Manhattan Supreme Court. Joi Dickerson-Neal, a woman, claimed that Diddy drugged and raped her while she was a college student at Syracuse University in 1991.

On the same day, a third woman stepped forward, accusing the rapper of sexual assault. She claimed that Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall took turns raping her and a friend in New York City over 30 years ago.

In December, another accusation emerged against Diddy. A woman accused him, along with Harve Pierre, the former president of Bad Boy Entertainment, and a third individual, of sex trafficking and gang rape when she was 17.

Then, on February 26, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a former producer and videographer for Diddy, filed a lawsuit alleging that the rapper sexually harassed and drugged him.

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