Sean “Diddy” Combs is facing further accusations of rape and sex trafficking in a new lawsuit filed Wednesday, the fourth such legal action against him.
The lawsuit, filed by an unnamed Jane Doe, alleges Combs and two others gang raped her when she was a 17-year-old in her junior year of high school, according to court documents obtained by USA TODAY.
The music mogul, who has been accused of sexual and physical assault in three recent claims, including two pending lawsuits, is named in the suit along with former Bad Boy Entertainment president Harve Pierre, who is alleged of sexual assault in a separate suit. An unidentified “third assailant” is also named as a defendant. The suit seeks unspecified compensatory damages for lost wages, as well as “mental pain and anguish and severe emotional distress.”
The suit alleges Pierre approached the 17-year-old in 2003 at a lounge in Michigan, telling her he was “best friends” with Combs. After calling Combs to prove their relationship, the woman alleges Pierre and Combs convinced her to take a private jet to Daddy’s House Recording Studio, owned and operated by Diddy.
The complaint includes photos of Doe that she claims were taken at the studio that night, including one where she’s seen sitting on the lap of Combs, then 34.
Combs, Pierre and the unnamed third assailant then plied the plaintiff, referred to as “Jane Doe,” with drugs and alcohol, the suit claims, and “viciously” gang raped her.
Combs and Pierre “preyed on a…