An explosive new lawsuit filed on Wednesday alleges that in 2003, a 17-year-old girl was “gang raped” inside the recording studio of Sean Combs, his longtime lieutenant Harve Pierre, and an unidentified third man.
The alleged rape occurred after the high school student was trafficked across state lines and supplied with “copious amounts of drugs and alcohol.”
The new Jane Doe plaintiff, the fourth woman in three weeks to accuse Combs of sexual assault, claims that when she was in high school and Combs was 34 years old, the men took turns raping her in a restroom at his House Recording Studio.
Combs issued a statement strongly disavowing Doe’s allegations, which was issued shortly after the lawsuit was initiated.
According to the new lawsuit, Jane Doe was out with a friend in a lounge in the Detroit area twenty years ago when Pierre singled her out, praised her attractiveness, and insisted that they were “best friends” with Combs, according to the allegations.
Pierre allegedly informed the adolescent that Combs would be delighted to meet her, and he contacted Combs to arrange for the music mogul to personally invite her on an unannounced private jet trip to New York.
The fourteen-page complaint asserts that the adolescent was ultimately conveyed by the private aircraft to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, from where she, Pierre, and an unidentified third individual were escorted to the studio where Combs was concluding her collaboration with a recording artist by an SUV that was waiting.
Multiple color photographs, including one of the teen seated on Combs’ lap, were allegedly captured inside Daddy’s House Recording Studio that evening, according to the filing obtained by Rolling Stone.
Douglas H. Wigdor, who previously represented R&B singer Casandra “Cassie” Ventura in her landmark November 16 complaint against Combs, which accused him of serial sexual assault and trafficking, submitted the new lawsuit on behalf of the teen.
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