Sean Combs

In a 73-page complaint, the music producer accuses Diddy of "racketeering activity" and says he groped him and forced him to engage in sex acts.
Four women have filed lawsuits accusing Sean “Diddy” Combs of sexual abuse in the past month.
Tiffany Red, a friend who was alluded to in Cassie's lawsuit against her ex, wrote an open letter to Diddy saying that she also was "traumatized" by him.
Four different women accused Sean “Diddy” Combs in the past three weeks of sexual assault.
The alleged victim says Sean "Diddy" Combs, record executive Harve Pierre and an unnamed third man abused her as a group in 2003, when she was 17.
The rapper addressed the "sickening" accusations Wednesday as a fourth woman filed suit against him in New York.
Opinion: Singer Cassie's 35-page lawsuit laid out the Bad Boy CEO as an abusive, calculating tormentor who would stop at nothing to get what he wanted. And not one of Diddy's celebrity friends has come to his defense.
The move, described as temporary, comes in the wake of allegations from three women who accuse the media mogul of being violent and sexually abusive.
It's time for the #MeToo movement, which was created by a Black woman, to center Black women.
There's no correct timeline for reporting abuse. Therapists and experts in domestic violence prevention groups explain why.