Searches at Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ homes related to an ongoing sex trafficking investigation, law enforcement source says

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs seeks to toss portion of sexual assault civil suit

Attorneys representing Sean “Diddy” Combs are seeking to dismiss parts of a lawsuit that accuses the musician and producer of sexual assault and revenge porn.

The civil suit, filed by Joi Dickerson-Neal, alleges that Combs drugged and sexually assaulted her in 1991 when she was a college student. It is claimed that Combs filmed the assault and showed it to others, which he denies, calling the allegations a “money grab.”

In response to the lawsuit, Combs’ attorneys raised procedural issues and asked the court to dismiss certain claims, arguing that some allegations were brought under statutes that did not exist at the time of the alleged misconduct. They also stated that the accusations against Combs’ company, Bad Boy Records, should be dismissed as the company did not exist at the time of the alleged incident.

This is not the first legal challenge Combs has faced recently. Since November, he has been involved in six civil lawsuits alleging sexual assault or other misconduct, with one lawsuit already settled. Combs has consistently denied any wrongdoing in these cases.

Furthermore, federal agents recently executed search warrants at Combs’ properties in Los Angeles and Miami as part of a federal criminal probe.

Sources indicate that the searches are related to an ongoing sex trafficking investigation, which Combs’ attorney criticized as an excessive use of force. Representatives for Combs have declined to comment on the latest motion filed in New York courts.

As the legal battles continue, the public awaits further developments in the case against Sean “Diddy” Combs.