Diddy accuser reveals she held onto garments she was carrying on evening of alleged sexual assault | EUROtoday

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A mannequin who has accused Diddy of drugging and sexually assaulting her again in 2003 has revealed that she held onto the garments she was carrying on the evening of the alleged assault.

Crystal McKinney filed a lawsuit towards Sean “Diddy” Combs in New York on Tuesday, claiming that he invited her to his New York studio and plied her with alcohol and marijuana till she turned intoxicated.

In the grievance, filed underneath New York’s Victims of Gender Motivated Violence Act, she alleges that Diddy then compelled her to carry out oral intercourse on him.

The swimsuit marks simply the most recent in a string of allegations made towards the rapper and comes days after surprising footage surfaced exhibiting him attacking his then-girlfriend Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura in a lodge hallway in 2016.

It additionally comes lower than two months after federal brokers with US Homeland Security raided two of the rapper’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami as a part of a intercourse trafficking probe.

In Ms McKinney’s swimsuit, she says that she nonetheless has her unwashed clothes from the evening she was allegedly sexually assaulted.

She says that the garments have been wrapped in plastic and saved inside her closet for the final 20 years.

Model Crystal McKinney says Diddy sexually assaulted her at his recording studio in New York City in 2003
Model Crystal McKinney says Diddy sexually assaulted her at his recording studio in New York City in 2003 (FilmMagic/Getty)

That evening, the mannequin was wearing a black leather-based coat with a fur hood, a translucent chiffon beige v-cut shirt, a fur-lined purse, and jewel-encrusted denims, the swimsuit alleges.

“Due to the traumatic events to occur later, Plaintiff saved the unwashed clothing from that night in her closet where they remain in a plastic wrap,” the lawsuit writes.

At the time of the alleged assault, Ms McKinney was an up-and-coming mannequin and a designer, not recognized within the paperwork, launched her to Diddy at a Men’s Fashion Week occasion, the swimsuit states.

The designer allegedly “began to direct Plaintiff’s appearance, as he sought to ensure Combs found her attractive.”

After the occasion, Ms McKinney claims that Diddy made suggestive shows in the direction of her, supplied to assist her together with her profession and “plied her with alcohol”.

After being invited again to his studio that evening, Ms McKinney alleges Diddy was ingesting and smoking joints with a number of different males.

One man allegedly instructed her “you’ve never had weed like this before,” which the mannequin  “later came to understand” was laced with a narcotic or intoxicating substance, the lawsuit says.

She alleges that after turning into “very intoxicated,” Diddy led her to the toilet, the place she was compelled to carry out oral intercourse on him.

“As she was being assaulted, Plaintiff felt panicked and physically sick,” the swimsuit alleges.

Diddy is facing a string of allegations from multiple accusers
Diddy is going through a string of allegations from a number of accusers (Getty Images)

She misplaced consciousness afterwards and “awakened in shock to find herself in a taxicab heading back to the designer’s apartment,” feeling “humiliated and traumatized and without recourse”, the swimsuit claims.

Ms McKinney mentioned that her modelling alternatives started to dwindle for her after the alleged assault – saying she believes Diddy used his affect to “blackball” her within the business.

In a “tailspin of anxiety and depression”, Ms McKinney says she tried suicide in or about 2004.

Ms McKinney says that she is submitting the swimsuit now to hunt “justice for herself and for any of other Combs’ victims”.

The grievance additionally names Diddy’s Bad Boy Entertainment music firm, his clothes label Sean John and Universal Music Group.

The Independent has contacted Ms McKinney’s and Diddy’s representatives and Universal for remark.