From Hollywood royalty to literal royalty: Here are the celebrities and artists named within the Diddy lawsuit | EUROtoday

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Last month, music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones printed a bombshell lawsuit accusing rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs and his associates of sexual assault.

The producer, who labored for Combs between September 2022 and November 2023, named a number of notable individuals in his lawsuit, together with fellow musicians, British royalty and members of Diddy’s workers. In response, Diddy’s lawyer has claimed Mr Jones’ lawsuit engages “reckless name-dropping about events that are pure fiction and simply did not” happen.

The lawsuit re-emerged in headlines this week after federal brokers raided Diddy’s properties in Los Angeles, California and Miami, Florida.

A press release from Homeland Security mentioned regulation enforcement actions had been “executed as part of an ongoing investigation with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami and our local law enforcement partners.” Meanwhile, Diddy’s lawyer Aaron Dyers referred to as the raids “a gross overuse of military-level force.”

While Diddy can also be going through a number of different lawsuits, Mr Jones’ submitting is the latest and most expansive authorized assault on the rapper but.

Here are probably the most notable individuals named in Mr Jones’ scathing lawsuit:

Prince Harry

Mr Jones’ lawsuit doesn’t allege that Prince Harry was concerned in any wrongdoing.

However, he does declare that those that affiliated with or sponsored Diddy’s alleged “sex-trafficking parties” turned linked with “celebrities such as…international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry.”

Prince Harry was not accused of any wrongdoing in Mr Jones’ lawsuit


Actress-Model Daphne Joy and Rapper Yung Miami

Daphne Joy and Yung Miami are named as alleged “sex workers” that Mr Jones says Diddy paid a “monthly fee” and compelled him to solicit.

In an Instagram assertionMs Joy referred to as Mr Jones’ claims “100% false” and accused him of “character assassination.” Meanwhile, Yung Miami appeared to disclaim the claims as effectively, responding to a publish on X implying she would do something “for $250k.”

“Something the internet made up and yall ran with it,” the rapper mentioned on X.

Daphne Joy, 50 Cent’s ex-girlfriend and mom to one in all his youngsters, is accused of being a “sex worker” in Mr Jones’ lawsuit

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Ms Joy dated Curtis Jackson III, also called 50 Cent, from 2011 to 2012. The actress and mannequin additionally had a toddler with the rapper.

“I didn’t know you was a sex worker, [eye emojis] you little sex worker. LOL Yo this s*** is a movie,” 50 Cent wrote on social media after Mr Jones filed the lawsuit. He didn’t handle Ms Joy straight in his assertion.

Mr Jones additionally alleges that Yung Miami’s “cousin, and or assistant,” sexually assaulted him on Thanksgiving Day in 2022.

Music Label CEOs Lucian Grainge and Ethiopia Habtemariam

Mr Jones named each Universal Music Group (UMG) CEO Lucian Graine and Ethiopia Habtemariam, former CEO of Motown Records — owned by UMG — in his lawsuit.

Mr Graine and Ms Habtemariam, together with their music labels and others, “are 100% liable for the actions of Sean Combs,” Mr Jones claimed in his lawsuit. The producer mentioned Diddy would threaten him with isolation from the music business, utilizing his connections with these CEOs as leverage.

Mr Jones accused Mr Grainge of being chargeable for Diddy’s alleged unlawful actions

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The lawsuit states Diddy and his associates used “threats of isolation from the music and entertainment industry: parading powerful music industry executives such as Defendants Lucian Charles Grainge, Ethiopia Habtemariam at his parties filled with sex workers, minors, and illegal drugs, such as ecstasy, cocaine, GHB, ketamine, marijuana, and mushrooms.”

Earlier this week, Ms Habtemariam mentioned she can be prepared to testify in regards to the contact Mr Jones signed to supply Diddy’s “The Love Album.” Meanwhile, Mr Grainge’s legal professionals have filed a movement to dismiss the lawsuit.

“A license to practice law is a privilege,” Donald Zakarin, the lawyer who represents UMG and Grainge, wrote per Billboard. “Mr. Blackburn, plaintiff’s lawyer, has misused that license to self-promote, gratuitously, falsely and recklessly accusing the UMG defendants of criminal behavior.”

Actor Cuba Gooding Jr

Just hours after federal brokers raided Diddy’s properties, Mr Jones filed an modification to his case accusing actor Cuba Gooding, identified for his movies Boyz N the Hood and Jerry Maguire, of sexual assault.

The music producer mentioned Mr Gooding sexually harassed and assaulted him after being “groomed” after which “passed off” by Diddy to the actor.

“Cuba Gooding Jr began touching, groping, and fondling Mr Jones’ legs, his upper inner thighs near his groin, the small of his back near his buttocks, and his shoulders,” the modification to the lawsuit said.

The Independent has beforehand contacted Mr Gooding’s representatives for remark.

Chief of Staff Kristina Khorram

Kristina Khorram, Diddy’s Chief of Staff, is known as all through Mr Jones’ lawsuit.

Among different issues, the music producer accused Ms Khorram of requiring all of Diddy’s workers to hold medication round his house, together with cocaine, GHB, ecstasy and marijuana. He additionally claimed Ms Khorram “ordered sex workers, and prostitutes” for her boss.

Mr Jones additionally mentioned the chief of workers “is the Ghislaine Maxwell to Sean Combs Jeffrey Epstein,” referring to the previous British socialite presently being held in jail for twenty years after being convicted of kid intercourse trafficking and different associated prices.

The Independent has contacted Ms Khorram for remark.