• Sean Combs AKA P. Diddy is being sued again
  • It's his third sexual assault accusation
  • The details are still coming in

A Jane Doe has come forward with jaw-dropping allegations, claiming Diddy and R&B singer Aaron Hall (58, Singer-Songwriter) took turns raping her and her friend in the early '90s. This story is unfolding faster than a Hollywood script, and we've got the inside scoop!

The night that turned into a nightmare

It all started at a record event, where the woman and her friend crossed paths with Diddy and Hall. The stars seemed to be aligning as the duo flirted and showered the women with drinks.

But as the evening progressed, the narrative took a dark turn. The lawsuit, which is making waves across the internet, alleges that the women were taken to Hall's apartment, plied with alcohol, and coerced into a night of horror.

The anonymous accuser recounts a chilling tale of being forced into sex with Diddy, followed by a traumatic assault by Hall. But the nightmare didn't end there. The lawsuit claims that Diddy, in a fit of rage, later assaulted and choked Jane Doe until she passed out. His fury was fueled by fear that the women would spill the beans to his then-girlfriend.

In the days following the alleged incident, the woman sought medical help and confided in family and friends. But it's only now, with the power of the New York Adult Survivors Act, that she's bringing her story to light. Diddy's camp is hitting back hard, calling the claims "fabricated" and slamming the lawsuit as a "blatant money grab."

A pattern of controversy?

This isn't the first time Diddy's name has been dragged through the legal mud. Just last week, singer Cassie filed a lawsuit with claims of rape and human trafficking against him. The case was settled almost immediately for an undisclosed sum, leaving the public with more questions than answers.

As for the second lawsuit, Diddy's rep dismissed it as "made up" and "not credible," but the court of public opinion is still out. With no response yet from Diddy's rep on this third lawsuit, fans and critics alike are on the edge of their seats.

Is this a case of a law being exploited, or is there more to the story than meets the eye?

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Not everyone is stacking up against him though, and some celebrities feel that Diddy is innocent. This is what fellow rapper 50 Cent posted online:

A spokesperson for Combs told media outlets that the woman’s allegations are "made up and not credible" and "purely a money grab."

"This last-minute lawsuit is an example of how a well-intentioned law can be turned on its head," his spokesperson's statement said. "Mr. Combs never assaulted her, and she implicates companies that did not exist," it continues.

Stay tuned as we keep you updated on every twist and turn of this sensational saga. And remember, in the world of glitz and glamour, not everything that glitters is gold.