On Wednesday, Sean “Diddy” Combs faced a lawsuit accusing him of gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in 2003, marking the fourth recent sexual assault allegation against the producer. The plaintiff alleges that she was flown from Michigan to Combs’ recording studio in New York on a private jet, where she was raped by three individuals, including Combs and Harve Pierre, the president of Bad Boy Entertainment.

The lawsuit claims that Combs and his associates provided the victim with “copious amounts” of drugs and alcohol. It alleges that Combs raped her over a bathroom sink while she was in and out of consciousness, and that he then watched as a third man also assaulted her. The plaintiff decided to come forward after reading about a lawsuit filed last month by Casandra Ventura, known as Cassie, who accused Combs of raping her over a decade.

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Combs settled the lawsuit with Ventura while maintaining his innocence and has denied two other recent sexual assault allegations. In response to the latest accusations, Combs declared, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH,” stating that he has silently watched attempts to tarnish his character and legacy. He vehemently denies the allegations and vows to fight for his name and truth.

The lawsuit is filed under the New York City statute against gender-motivated violence, recently extended to allow suits that would otherwise be barred by the statute of limitations. Combs had stepped aside as chairman of Revolt, the TV network he founded, following the initial three allegations. The new complaint alleges a sex trafficking scheme, asserting that the defendants preyed on a vulnerable teenager, leaving lasting emotional distress.

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Represented by Douglas Wigdor, the plaintiff’s complaint includes photographs in Combs’ studio, emphasizing the lasting impact of the alleged assault on her emotional well-being and personal relationships over the past two decades.