Here Are The Major Allegations Against Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs—As Cassie Ventura Breaks Silence On Attack Video

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Singer Cassie Ventura shared on Instagram that domestic violence deeply affected her, expressing that she is still in the process of healing from her past experiences. This statement follows the release of a video showing her ex-boyfriend Sean “Diddy” Combs attacking her in 2016, as reported by CNN.

Combs, who has faced various controversies, including federal agents searching his home and multiple abuse lawsuits, denied all allegations. Ventura, Combs’ former girlfriend, filed a lawsuit in November, accusing him of rape in 2018 and enduring a long period of abuse, including physical violence and control over her personal and professional life.

The video, for which Combs later apologized, emerged after Ventura’s lawsuit. The lawsuit was settled the day after filing for an undisclosed amount, with Ventura opting for an amicable resolution. Combs’ attorney emphasized that the settlement did not imply guilt and maintained his denial of the accusations.

Ventura’s case was the initial in a series of lawsuits against Combs. Most recently, Crystal McKinney filed a lawsuit accusing Combs of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2003.

Joie Dickerson-Neal alleged in a lawsuit that Combs drugged and assaulted her in 1991 during her college years. Additionally, an anonymous plaintiff accused Combs and Aaron Hall of rape in 1990 or 1991 after meeting at an MCA event.

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