Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Accuser in Sexual Assault Case Can No Longer Remain Anonymous If Case Proceeds

Judge rules Jane Doe cannot remain anonymous if Diddy gang rape lawsuit proceeds

By Stermy 3 Min Read

A recent court ruling has mandated that the woman who is suing Sean Diddy Combs for $exual assault must disclose her identity. The decision was revealed in a filing obtained on Thursday.

The woman referred to as Jane Doe, alleges that Combs, along with his long-time collaborator Harve Pierre and another unidentified individual, $exually trafficked and gang-raped her when she was 17 years old in 2003.

The judge ruled that if the case proceeds, Jane Doe must reveal her real name in court documents.

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This ruling followed arguments from Combs’ legal team, asserting that they would face prejudice if Jane Doe were allowed to proceed anonymously while their identities have been disclosed.

The court ultimately concluded that Jane Doe lacked sufficient grounds to maintain her anonymity.

Combs, aged 54, seeks to have the case dismissed and has denied the allegations in a filing earlier this month. His response stated that he never participated in, witnessed, or was aware of any misconduct, s3xual or otherwise, involving the plaintiff.

Additionally, Combs raised concerns about the photographs included in the complaint and the timing of the lawsuit. He argued that the delay in filing prejudiced him as evidence that could have been available earlier may now be compromised or lost.

Harve Pierre also denied involvement in the $exual assault, as stated in documents obtained by PEOPLE. Meanwhile, Combs’ company, Bad Boy Entertainment, filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.

Responding to these legal maneuvers, Douglas Wigdor, Jane Doe’s lawyer, criticized the defense’s claims, calling them desperate attempts to conjure a defense where none exists.

Jane Doe initiated the lawsuit in December, alleging that Pierre approached her at a lounge in Michigan and persuaded her to accompany him and another individual on a private jet to Combs’ recording studio in New York City. She claimed that upon arrival, she was given drugs and alcohol before being gang-raped.

In December, Combs vehemently denied the allegations, stating, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.” He asserted that the accusations were an attempt to assassinate his character and vowed to fight for his name and truth.

This lawsuit from Jane Doe marks the fourth accusation of s3xual assault against Combs in recent months. On February 27, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a former producer and videographer for Combs, filed a $30 million lawsuit alleging s3xual harassment, drugging, and threats.

In response, Shawn Holley, Combs’ lawyer, dismissed Jones’ claims as lies and vowed to address them in court.

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