- The accuser will remain anonymous pending Diddy’s motion to dismiss.
- Your real name will be added to all court documents if you lose your motion.
- She was the fourth woman in quick succession to accuse Diddy of sexual assault.
Diddy won a legal victory in court Thursday as he fights a lawsuit filed by a woman who accuses him of sex trafficking and gang rape with other men when she was a teenager.
A judge overseeing the case ruled that the woman, whose identity has so far been kept secret, will no longer be able to remain anonymous if the lawsuit continues, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ.
DailyMail.com exclusively revealed in December that the 54-year-old rapper-turned-music mogul was being sued by the woman, who said she was 17 when Diddy allegedly sexually assaulted her with two male friends.
The accuser was the fourth woman to accuse Diddy of sexual assault in quick succession last year after his ex, singer Cassie, sued him in November 2023.
Diddy has vehemently denied each of the women’s allegations.
Diddy scored a legal victory in court Thursday when a judge ruled that an unnamed woman suing him for sexual assault would have to reveal her name for the lawsuit to proceed, according to documents obtained by TMZ; seen in November in London
The woman accused Diddy of gang-raping her with two other men when she was just 17 in 2003, after abusing her with drugs and alcohol. She has denied her claim; She appears sitting on her lap in photographs that she claims were taken the night of the alleged assault.
Diddy has filed a motion to have the woman’s case dismissed and she will reportedly remain anonymous until the judge rules on that motion.
If they choose to allow your lawsuit to continue, your name will be added to all court documents.
The rapper and his co-defendants claimed in court that they would suffer prejudice if their accuser was allowed to remain anonymous while their names were public knowledge in the high-profile case.
The heretofore anonymous woman filed her lawsuit on December 6 thanks to New York’s Adult Survivors Law, which allowed accusers to sue alleged perpetrators for a single one-year period even though the statute of limitations passed.
After allegedly supplying the woman with “large amounts of drugs and alcohol,” Diddy and two friends are accused of taking turns violently raping the teen as she fell in and out of consciousness, leaving her in so much pain she could barely stand or stand. remember. how she got home, according to her complaint.
The previously anonymous woman filed her lawsuit on December 6 thanks to New York’s Adult Survivors Law, which allowed accusers to sue alleged perpetrators for a single one-year period despite the approved statute of limitations.
She included photos with her complaint that allegedly showed her in Diddy’s studio the night she said he and two other men sexually assaulted her.
After allegedly supplying the woman with drugs and alcohol, Diddy and two friends are accused of violently raping the teen as she fell in and out of consciousness, leaving her in so much pain she could barely stand or remember how she got home, according to your complaint