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LEGAL BOMBSHELL: Prince Harry Becomes Involved in Diddy Lawsuit as Producer Files $30 Million Lawsuit Against Rapper Over Alleged 'Sex-Trafficking Parties' - Authored by: Bella DuPlexis






On my blog, I'm reporting a story regarding a $30 million US lawsuit naming the Duke of Sussex, alleging that Sean "Diddy" Combs, the rapper, utilized his name to lend legitimacy to sex trafficking parties.

 

Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones, a record producer, has leveled a series of sexual assault allegations against Combs, 54, in a 73-page lawsuit filed in New York last month. The suit asserts that Combs was known for hosting sex trafficking parties and suggests that individuals affiliated with or sponsoring such events gained access to celebrities, including "international dignitaries like British royal Prince Harry."



Lil Rod shown posing.
Lil Rod - Music Producer

 

Although the Duke is mentioned once in the lawsuit, it does not imply his awareness of the allegations or involvement. Instead, it cites him as an example of the well-known figures to whom the defendants purportedly had access.

 

According to The Telegraph, the Duke has only encountered Combs once and has never attended his parties or concerts. In 2007, Prince Harry and Prince William posed for photographs with Combs and Kanye West after the two rappers performed at the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium. Combs, also known as Puff Daddy and P Diddy, performed "I’ll Be Missing You" at the event, which was held on what would have been the late Princess's 46th birthday.

 



 

Despite having only met the Duke once, Combs referenced him in a 2012 interview with The Sun, expressing anticipation about visiting the UK and hoping to catch up with Prince Harry. In the interview, he said, " I can’t wait to get to the UK as London is one of my favorite cities. I hope to catch up with Prince Harry while I’m there. He’s such a cool guy, and it’s about time we hung out. I need him to take me to some wild Mayfair clubs."

 

According to the US lawsuit, Combs' co-defendants were financially rewarded for their involvement in and facilitation of his sex trafficking venture, gaining affiliation and access to his popularity. The lawsuit alleges that Combs was known for hosting the "best" parties, and affiliation with or sponsoring these events provided legitimacy and access to celebrities, including Prince Harry.

 

Combs has been confronted with numerous accusations in recent months, including allegations of sexual assault, all of which he has vehemently denied, attributing them to individuals seeking monetary gain.

 

On Monday, officials from US Homeland Security raided Combs' residences in Los Angeles and Miami as part of an investigation. The agency stated that the raids were conducted in connection with a federal sex trafficking investigation. According to reports from Fox 11, interviews with federal officials in Manhattan involved three women and a man, with additional interviews scheduled regarding allegations of sex trafficking, sexual assault, and the solicitation and distribution of illegal narcotics and firearms.

 



Sean Combs LA home raided by the Feds.

Last week, one of Combs' accusers in a sexual assault lawsuit was ordered by a judge to reveal her identity, ruling that she could no longer remain anonymous if the lawsuit proceeds.


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