Music mogul Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, has taken to Instagram to address a recent lawsuit filed by a fourth woman, alleging sexual misconduct and sex trafficking dating back to 2003. The anonymous accuser claims she was introduced to Diddy through Bad Boy Entertainment President Harve Pierre and was flown to New York City to meet him.
According to her account, she met Diddy at a recording studio, where they engaged in drug and alcohol use. She alleges nonconsensual sexual encounters with Diddy and two other men, leading to years of silence before coming forward.
Diddy responded strongly on Instagram, stating, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.” He refuted the allegations and emphasized his commitment to defending his name, family, and the truth.
This lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal challenges Diddy has faced in recent weeks, with the music icon vowing to fight to protect his reputation and legacy. The situation continues to unfold as both parties present their cases.