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From Prince Harry to Bishop T D Jakes, here’s a full list of celebrities named in Diddy’s court documents

High-profile personalities have been listed in Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ sex trafficking court petition.

Are most prominent people destined to become the very thing they intended to destabilize? To be an idol, a pioneer to look up to.

Just a few months after convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s court record was made public, a number of celebrities are entangled in the legal procedures surrounding music producer Rodney Jones’ $30 million lawsuit against hip-hop mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.

Jones filed a lawsuit against Combs on February 26, accusing him of sexual assault, grooming, and even involvement in sex trafficking. However, Combs’ attorneys angrily refuted these charges, saying, “We have overwhelming, indisputable proof that his claims are complete lies.”

The civil complaint, filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, centers on Mr. Gordon Jones’ allegations. Another segment of the Complaint movie accuses Combs’ associates in an industry, as well, of focusing on his illegal operations, which allowed them to operate his effective links.

The legal docs mention an R&B musician who won a Grammy for best singer, but their name has been hidden. Police detained the artist after he assaulted a Bajan multimillionaire.

Yung Miami and Prince Harry are also included in the booking, despite the fact that they are not often associated with the entertainment industry. In fact, Moses T. D. Bishop, T.D. Jakes, Cassie Ventura, musical luminaries such as Donald Lawrence, The Clark Sisters, and others are mentioned in the court records.

According to his legal representation, their music icons were expected to benefit from their association with Combs because to their tags, contacts, and great reputation. The document also reveals that Combs’ associates were given a golden ring by the adjoiny because they could be attended by a variety of celebrities, including athletes, politicians, artists, musicians, and even international icons and British Royals.

Once again, the proceedings took place against the horrific backdrop of the FBI storming what is known as Combs’ estates in Louisiana and Florida. Local news sites said that HSI officials executed search warrants on all of Combs’ houses in the affluent West Los Angeles neighborhood and in Miami. One was executed on Monday afternoon.

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These raids are believed to be related to sex trafficking charges brought by various litigants in recent months. In response to the raids, attorney Tyrone Blackburn, who represents Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, stated, “About damn time. Sometimes justice is delayed, but not denied, as long as it is eventually delivered.”

Combs, who has been involved in a number of legal disputes in recent months, was also sued by his ex-girlfriend, R&B singer Cassie, in November. Cassie claimed years of sexual assault, accusing Combs of forcing her to perform sexual acts with male prostitutes while he recorded. Surprisingly, the case was settled only one day after it was filed, adding another layer of complication to the ongoing legal story involving the hip-hop icon.





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