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.
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.
"TiK ToK" got an update after Cassie Ventura sued ex Sean "Diddy" Combs last week, accusing him of regular abuse throughout their decadelong relationship.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and singer Cassie settle lawsuit alleging abuse one day after Cassie sued the powerful music producer.
“In February 2012 … Mr. Combs told Ms. Ventura that he was going to blow up Kid Cudi’s car," according to a lawsuit Cassie filed in New York.
The singer's suit includes gruesome details about alleged violent incidents involving the rapper over more than a decade.
The music mogul took home this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award but forgot one crucial thing.