Diddy: Another skeleton falls out of his closet
It looks like the bling-bling days might be coming to an end for Diddy with new allegations that have surfaced.
It seems like the drama never ends for Diddy as a fresh allegation has surfaced.
It is true that when it rains it pours, this seems to be the case for hip-hop mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs regarding the lawsuit festival that he seems to be finding himself in lately. There is now a new development that is bound to give Diddy and his lawyers sleepless nights.
HOW DID WE GET HERE?
The legal floodgates opened when Diddy’s ex singer Cassie, whose full name is Cassie Ventura came forward with allegations that she faced abuse during her relationship with the mogul. This revelation shocked the world and the music industry in general.
DIDDY’S PAST TROUBLES WITH THE LAW
This is not the first time that Diddy has found himself in trouble with the law. It was in December 1999 when Diddy was arrested with his then girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez whose charges were dropped but Diddy was charged with gun possession and bribery.
THE NEW ALLEGATION AGAINST DIDDY
The latest skeleton comes courtesy of a woman according to IOL who alleges that the incident took place when she was still a student in 1991. She alleges that the abuse happened after she spent a night on the town with the now 54-year-old mogul. The alleged trauma did not stop with the woman stating that Diddy allegedly circulated graphic imagery of the woman.
THE EFFECT OF THE LAWSUITS ON DIDDY’S EMPIRE
It seems like Diddy has the potential to become the next Harvey Weinstein as his brand’s have already started to be affected by the legal drama. The first sign that the fire was coming was when Macy, one of the supplier’s of Diddy’s decades-long clothing brand, Sean John who carried the brand for two years, stated that they will no longer be carrying the brand’s apparel.
Social media users have also supported the actions of the brave women who are coming forward with their allegations. It seems like the industry will be experiencing what the film industry went through when Harvey Weinstein was the first to be exposed.