Cassie Accuses Diddy Of Rape & ‘Years Of Abuse’ In Shocking M Lawsuit

November 17, 2023

Cassie is one of Diddy‘s most famous exes, and she’s now filed a civil lawsuit for millions of dollars claiming that the Bad Boy mogul subjected her to years of abuse and raped her.

In documents obtained by HipHopDX on Thursday (November 16), the singer (real name Casandra Ventura) accused the Bad Boy mogul of a sundry of crimes, including rape, sex trafficking, and physical abuse.

The filing also claims that he “forced Ms. Ventura to engage in sex acts with male sex workers while masturbating and filming the encounters,” as well as forced her to carry a handgun even though she felt uncomfortable with doing so. Finally, she claimed that Diddy plied her with drugs and alcohol, triggering a substance abuse problem.

Cassie claims the aforementioned acts took place over the course of their nearly decade-long relationship, with the violence continuing to escalate with each passing year.

Amongst the myriad of accusations is Cassie’s accusation that Diddy (real name Sean Combs) allegedly blew up Kid Cudi‘s car during Paris Fashion Week. According to Cassie, she briefly had an affair with the “Day ‘n’ Nite” rapper in 2011, when she and Diddy were going through what she called a “rough patch.”

When the pair reunited, Diddy allegedly found some emails between Kid Cudi and Cassie, and grew progressively angry about the prospect, until things came to a violent end.

“In February 2012, during Paris Fashion Week, Mr. Combs told Ms. Ventura that he was going to blow up Kid Cudi’s car, and that he wanted to ensure that Kid Cudi was home with his friends when it happened. Around that time, Kid Cudi’s car exploded in his driveway,” page 20 of the filing alleges.

Cassie is seeking $30million in damages, plus related attorney’s fees and costs.

You can check out the filing below:

Cassie issued a statement to The New York Times about her accusations, saying: “After years in silence and darkness, I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships.”




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