They On His Headpiece : 2nd Female Comes Forward With Sexual Assault Allegations on P Diddy


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Nov 5, 2013

A New York woman alleged in a lawsuit filed Thursday that music magnate Sean "Diddy" Combs drugged and assaulted her when she was a college student in 1991.

The woman, Joi dikkerson-Neal, also alleged that Combs recorded the assault and showed it to his friends.

The complaint comes on the heels of another lawsuit filed by a former artist on his record label accusing Combs of sexual abuse. The R&B singer Cassandra Ventura, who performs under the name Cassie, said Combs kept her trapped in a "cycle of abuse" during their romantic and business relationship.

Both lawsuits were brought under the Adult Survivors Act, a New York law that provides victims of sexual abuse a one-year window to file a civil lawsuit, even if the statute of limitations had expired. Thursday is the deadline to file cases under the statute.

Combs' attorney, Ben Brafman, did not immediately return a call requesting comment. dikkerson-Neal's attorneys did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

According to the complaint, Combs asked dikkerson-Neal out on a date in 1991, when she was studying psychology at Syracuse University. He took her out for chicken and waffles at a Harlem restaurant where dikkerson-Neal worked as a server, then drove her to a music studio.

dikkerson-Neal said in the lawsuit that she believes Combs drugged her during the meal because "when she attempted to exit the car, her legs felt rubbery and she was unable to stand."

Combs then drove her to a house where he sexually assaulted her, she alleges, filming the assault and showing it to others. Another musician told dikkerson-Neal that "everyone" had seen the tape.

The alleged assault sent dikkerson-Neal into a "tailspin," she says in the lawsuit, causing her to become withdrawn and isolated. She was diagnosed with clinical depression and dropped out of college.

dikkerson-Neal is seeking unspecified damages

Update : The article below mentions Aaron Hall

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