Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs DENIES gang rape of 17-year-old girl and claims photo showing her sitting on his lap ‘isn’t accurate’

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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs has denied gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in his Manhattan recording studio while claiming a photograph of her sitting in his lap ‘isn’t accurate’. 

The 54-year-old Harlem-born rapper has filed an official legal challenge refuting bombshell abuse accusations made by the alleged victim, who is now in her 30s. 

What The Alleged Victim Said

She claimed in December that Combs, his longtime friend and rapper Harve Pierre and a third unidentified man flew her to his New York studio before plying her with ‘copious amounts of drugs and alcohol’ in 2003.

He and two pals then took turns violently raping the teen as she drifted in and out of consciousness, leaving her in so much pain that she could barely stand or remember how she got home, the complaint alleges. 

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She is The Fourth Woman Accusing Her

The alleged victim is the fourth woman to make allegations against Combs. He has never been convicted, and recently settled a bombshell rape lawsuit brought by R&B singer Cassie – just one day after it was filed. 

His 11-page denial of the fourth woman’s allegations claim he ‘never participated in, witnessed, or was or is presently aware of any misconduct, sexual or otherwise, relating to plaintiff in any circumstance whatsoever,’ according to Rolling Stone

Statement From Defense

The response, filed in the Southern District of New York, challenged the authenticity of color photographs purportedly showing the teen sitting on his lap in Daddy’s House Recording Studio.

‘The context, genuineness, and/or accuracy of the photographs are disputed,’ his answer states. 

‘Plaintiff’s decision to wait more than two decades to file her complaint has prejudiced defendant, as he has lost the ability to defend himself fully and fairly in this action.

‘For example, some or all evidence that otherwise would have been available if the action had been promptly commenced may be unavailable, lost, or compromised.’

Combs’ answer also attempts to shoot down the lawsuit from another angle – arguing that it should be barred because the Victims of Gender-Motivated Violence Act (GMVA) under which is was brought is ‘unconstitutional.’

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