Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Faces Allegations of Sexual Assault and Trafficking at ‘White Parties’

Former adult film star Adria English has filed a lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs, alleging sexual assault and sex trafficking during exclusive “white parties” hosted at his Hamptons, New York, and Miami residences. Filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on July 3, the lawsuit details claims that Combs coerced English into engaging in prostitution and sex work at these gatherings spanning from 2006 to 2009.


English’s lawsuit also names other individuals and companies allegedly involved in facilitating these events, including Bad Boy Entertainment Holdings, Inc., Vibe Magazine, and Penske Media Corporation (PMC). According to her attorneys, English was required by Combs to consume narcotics provided by party guests, and she alleges that the liquor served at these parties was sometimes laced with ecstasy.

In response to these allegations, Jonathan Davis, an attorney for Combs, vehemently denied the accusations, emphasizing that Combs has never sexually assaulted or trafficked anyone. He stated that despite multiple lawsuits, Combs remains confident in his innocence and trusts the judicial process to vindicate him.


This lawsuit adds to a series of legal challenges faced by Combs, including recent federal investigations into his properties in Los Angeles and Miami. Combs has consistently denied all allegations of wrongdoing, maintaining that he will vigorously defend his name and reputation against what he describes as false and damaging claims.

The lawsuit comes amid a broader context where Combs has faced scrutiny and legal battles, including the recent sale of his majority stake in Revolt, the music-focused television network he co-founded.