Diddy sued by former porn star for alleged sex trafficking through 'calculated grooming scheme': lawsuit

A former adult film star sued Sean "Diddy" Combs on Wednesday, alleging he recruited her into sex trafficking at his Labor Day "white party," Fox News Digital reported.  

The lawsuit claimed Adria English was "required" to get cocaine from "white party" guests when she joined Combs in 2004. She said Combs "laced the liquor with ecstasy" and recommended certain bottles.  

Combs, Tamika Thomas, and "Jacob the Jeweler." allegedly sex-trafficked English from 2004 to 2009. The music mogul has 10 cases since November. The charges were rejected by Combs' lawyers to Fox News Digital.  

“No matter how many lawsuits are filed it won't change the fact that Mr. Combs has never sexually assaulted or sex trafficked anyone,” Combs' attorney, Jonathan Davis, said. Everyone can sue for anything without proof today.  

The truth may be found through a fair and unbiased legal process, and Mr. Combs is certain he will win this and other bogus accusations." Diddy's Federal Home Raids and Sexual Misconduct Lawsuits: What to Know  

"Despite being forced to drink copious amounts of alcohol and consume illicit narcotics, the encounters Plaintiff was forced to endure were so excruciating that Plaintiff remembers them as they still haunt her to this day," papers say.  

Liza Gardner, Jane Doe, Joi Dickerson-Neal, Crystal McKinney, April Lampros, and "Lil Rod" Jones sued Combs. All claims are denied by Combs.  

In March, HSI raided Combs' Los Angeles and Miami houses for federal human trafficking investigations. Combs may be investigated federally.  

According to Fox News Digital, Combs' attorney Aaron Dyer called the raids "gross overuse of military-level force".   

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