New Lawsuit Alleges Sexual Assault by Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs

April Lampros has come forward with a lawsuit alleging that Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs sexually assaulted her multiple times in the 1990s and early 2000s. Lampros, adding her voice to a chorus of accusers, claims that Combs subjected her to coercive and violent acts after promising to mentor her in the fashion industry.

Their interactions began in 1994 when Lampros was a student at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology. Despite Combs’ initial offer of guidance, Lampros asserts that their relationship quickly turned abusive, with Combs allegedly assaulting her on several occasions.

According to Lampros, one incident occurred in a hotel room where Combs allegedly forced himself on her after pressuring her to drink. Another encounter allegedly took place in a parking garage, where Combs demanded sexual acts in front of witnesses.

Lampros’ lawsuit outlines further instances of assault, including claims that Combs threatened her and manipulated her with his influence. She also alleges that Combs recorded their encounters without her consent and shared the footage with others.

This lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal challenges Combs has faced regarding allegations of sexual assault. Despite the accusations, Combs maintains his innocence and vows to contest the claims.

The case highlights the importance of holding individuals accountable for their actions and advocating for justice for survivors of sexual assault. Lampros hopes that by speaking out and pursuing legal action, she can raise awareness about her experiences and prevent others from suffering similar trauma.

As the legal proceedings unfold, representatives for Combs and the other defendants named in the lawsuit have yet to respond to the allegations.

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