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Cassie Files Lawsuit Against Diddy Alleging Rape and Decade-Long Abuse

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Former Bad Boy singer and model, Cassie, has filed a lawsuit against Diddy, accusing him of rape and prolonged physical abuse spanning over a decade. The legal action, filed in the Federal District Court in Manhattan under the Adult Survivors Act, reveals that the abuse commenced shortly after Cassie, born Casandra Ventura, signed with Diddy, born Sean Combs, and joined Bad Boy at the age of 19.

Cassie, whose debut album in 2005 produced hits like “Me & U” and “Long Way To Go,” achieved notable success, debuting at number four on the US Billboard 200. Despite the chart-topping achievements, her journey with Bad Boy Records took a dark turn as the lawsuit alleges a disturbing pattern of control and abuse by Diddy, including substance coercion, physical assault, and coercive sexual encounters.

The lawsuit further claims that Diddy subjected Cassie to forced encounters with male prostitutes, filming the acts. The legal action recounts instances of abuse dating back to 2012 when Cassie briefly dated Kid Cudi, revealing that Diddy, in a fit of rage, threatened to destroy the rapper’s car, which subsequently exploded.

In response to these allegations, Diddy’s lawyer, Ben Brafman, vehemently denies the accusations, citing a history of Cassie’s demands for a substantial sum, under the threat of a damaging book. Despite Diddy’s rejection of these demands, the lawsuit has now been filed, prompting a strong denial and counterclaim.

Cassie, breaking her silence, expressed her readiness to share her story, emphasizing the importance of speaking out against violence and abuse in relationships. “After years in silence and darkness,” she said in a statement, “I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships.”

Diddy’s lawyer asserts that the accusations are baseless and part of a scheme to tarnish his client’s reputation, pointing out previous attempts to extort money. “Mr. Combs vehemently denies these offensive and outrageous allegations. For the past six months, Mr. Combs has been subjected to Ms. Ventura’s persistent demand of $30 million, under the threat of writing a damaging book about their relationship, which was unequivocally rejected as blatant blackmail. Despite withdrawing her initial threat, Ms. Ventura has now resorted to filing a lawsuit riddled with baseless and outrageous lies, aiming to tarnish Mr. Combs’s reputation and seeking a payday.”

The lawsuit details a disturbing practice termed “voyeurism,” where Diddy allegedly coerced Cassie into engaging in sexual activities with male prostitutes while he watched, recorded, and took photographs. These encounters, referred to as “freak offs,” involved costumes and took place in high-end hotels and Diddy’s residences across the United States.

The legal filing culminates with an account of an alleged rape in 2018, after a dinner meeting between Diddy and Cassie. The suit claims that Diddy forced himself into her apartment, despite her repeated objections, and raped her. The relationship ended shortly after.

Cassie subsequently married personal trainer Alex Fine in the following year and now has two children. According to the complaint, her association with Bad Boy Records concluded in 2019.

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Trottie Moula Sentenced to 78 Months for Firearm Possession as a Felon

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Trottie Gang's Trottie Moula Sentenced to 78 Months for Firearm Possession as a Felon

In 2021, Trottie Gang members Trottie Moula (Trevon Bell) and Trottie Y Gizzle (Jaquori Lyons) were arrested during a sweep conducted by the Boston Police Department’s Youth Violence Strike Force, BPD SWAT, and City Wide Drug Unit on Wednesday, February 17.

Lyons was apprehended in Dorchester on an outstanding warrant and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and carrying a loaded firearm. He was later released. Bell faced three counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and two counts of unlawful possession of ammunition. He remained in custody until his release with a monitoring bracelet.

In November 2023, Trottie Moula pleaded guilty to illegally possessing a firearm, which was seen on Snapchat. He was indicted on three separate cases of unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition in state court. During his home detention with a GPS bracelet, investigators discovered that Bell had posted several videos of himself with firearms on Snapchat, including a video from November 24, 2021, showing him with a black semi-automatic Glock 9mm. Bell pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a gun and was sentenced by Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to 78 months in prison and three years of supervised release, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Trottie Moula is also facing RICO charges along with Trottie Y Gizzle, Ricky Mazarati (Rickquille McKinney), BDE Keko (Keonte Campbell), and 36 others. Named in a federal indictment in Boston on Wed., February 14, 2024, these charges result from a two-year investigation into gang violence. Over 40 individuals associated with the Heath Street Gang face charges ranging from racketeering conspiracy to drug trafficking, firearms offenses, wire fraud, and various financial frauds, including COVID-related fraud.

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Moneybagg Yo Reveals Tracklist for New Album ‘SPEAK NOW’

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Following the release of his 2022 project Hard To Love, Moneybagg Yo prepares to release his eleventh studio album, SPEAK NOW, via CMG, N-Less Entertainment, and Interscope Records.

“To Every Action There’s A Reaction, Timing Is Everything And Information Is Power Im In Raw Form Aint No Cut On This Sh*t This For My Day 1 Core Fan Base The Ones Who Was There Since The Beginning !!” he wrote in an Instagram caption while announcing the album.

Dropping this Friday, June 14, the album features 17 tracks with contributions from Chris Brown, Lil Durk, Rob49, Morgan Wallen, YTB Fatt and Kevo Muney.

SPEAK NOW Tracklist:

ALL YEAR

SPEAK

P RUN

TRYNA MAKE SURE

TABOO MIAMI

FIREPLACE

I FEEL IT

DRUNK OFF U (feat. Chris Brown)

BUSSIN (feat. Rob49)

TIC TAC TOE

GANGSTAS RELATE (feat. Lil Durk)

PLAY DA FOOL

RICH VIKING

ON DET (feat. YTB Fatt)

WHISKEY WHISKEY (feat. Morgan Wallen)

AW SHIT

GO GHO$T (Interlude) (feat. Kevo Muney)

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BIA & JID Join Forces on  ‘LIGHTS OUT’

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With “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” out now in theaters, the official soundtrack boasts a standout track from BIA and JID titled “LIGHTS OUT.” Produced by StarGate, the record showcases the duo as beacons of light in the darkness.

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