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No Way Out: Sean 'Diddy' Combs and son caught up



"No Way Out" was the title of Sean "Diddy" Combs' debut album that was released in 1997. He was then known as "Puff Daddy."


Now, the former rival of imprisoned CEO Marion "Suge" Knight, the late Tupac Shakur and their Death Row Records label is looking for a way out of his troubled waters.


The sea got rockier last week when lawyers for plaintiff Grace O'Marcaigh filed a sexual assault lawsuit naming Combs and his youngest son, Christian "King" Combs, as defendants.


As reported by Rolling Stone online, the alleged assault happened on December 28, 2022 aboard a luxury yacht Diddy chartered in St. Martin.


Sean Combs is accused of aiding and abetting the behavior and premises liability. He was the lease-holder on the yacht.


The plaintiff accuses Christian Combs of assaulting her.

Th 31-page lawsuit was entered into the records on Thursday, March 4 in Los Angeles County Superior Court.


The Metropolitan Courthouse is minutes away from Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. The irony is interesting. Combs is reportedly losing millions of dollars.


He relinquished his role as chairman of Revolt TV, late last year, soon after settling a different lawsuit filed against him alleging sexual assault.


Since mid-November 2023, a streak of litigation has been filed against Combs, 54, alleging that he sexually assaulted four women and one man. Occurrence dates provided by the plaintiffs, detailing detail occasions, range from 1990 to 2023.


His legal team very quickly settled a suit filed by Combs' ex-girlfriend and artist, Cassandra "Cassie" Ventura, on November 14-15, 2023. She had accused him of rape , domestic abuse and sex trafficking.


In denying all allegations, Combs posted: "We have decided to resolve this matter amicably. I wish Cassie and her family all the best. Love."


In 2022, Combs celebrated the 25th anniversary of "No Way Out" by releasing an expanded edition. Plans were then said to be underway for production to begin on "No Way Out 2."


The original CD was released after the late Bad Boy Artist, Christopher "Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls" Wallace, was murdered in a drive-by shooting on March 9, 1997 in Los Angeles.


Song titles on that explicit release include "Is This the End" and "What You Gonna Do."


The album's title comes from the Introduction snippet, a one-minute long collection of dubbed audio featuring helicopter rotor blades, police sirens and Combs rendering a prayer.


Homeland Security rendered search warrants at the Combs family estates in California and Florida on Monday, March 31.


NBC reported that the federal agency was investigating allegations of sex trafficking, sexual assault, illegal narcotics and firearms.


Now comes O'Marcaigh's litigation.


According to her filing, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones was also there on the yacht on the date O'Marcaigh says she was victimized.


Jones says he served as a former producer for Combs, and in February filed his own lawsuit against Diddy alleging sex trafficking.


In addition, O’Marcaigh claims that Jones filmed the alleged assaults. She insists that the recording proves her allegations.


Aaron Dyer, a Combs' attorney, told Rolling Stone: "I’m sure we can expect the same kind of manufactured lies we’ve come to expect from Tyrone Blackburn and his clients.”


Blackburn is O'Marcaigh's attorney.


While Dyer said he had not seen the paperwork filed by O'Marcaigh, he insisted that Blackburn was filing lawsuits “to garner media attention, embarrass defendants with salacious allegations, and pressure defendants to settle quickly … We learned of this lawsuit the same way anyone hears about Mr. Blackburn’s filings: through the media.”


Sean Combs has also faced controversy, since last last year, over his close association with Dallas-based Bishop T.D. Jakes.


Gene Deal, Diddy's former bodyguard and longtime critic, told the Art of Dialogue show on You Tube that law enforcement might have video of politicians and preachers attending Combs' parties.


“Lil Rod said in his affidavit that Diddy had every room taped and bugged,” the rapper’s former body guard added. “Can you imagine? He had every room taped and bugged — and they found them in the house.”


“I don’t think it’s only celebrities [that are] gonna be shook. He had politicians in there. He had princes in there. He also had a couple of preachers in there,” Deal added.


After being asked if he believes that video footage of sexual immorality taking place inside Combs’ estates, Deal said, “Well, my personal opinion is that if Lil Rod could be trusted and his statements are true, they got them. They got tapes and stuff.”




If politicians are indeed involved, this could explain the reason the DHS is involved.


Further, The New York Post cited multiple sources in its report that the DHS could expand the investigation into Combs. The report states that law enforcement had been generating leads from interviews related to the sex-trafficking accusations.


“They got eyes on him in Miami and the feds are talking to witness after witness,” New York criminal defense attorney Michael Discioarro, who is familiar with the case, told The Post.


“They’re corroborating everything they can. But everything past and present is on the table with Mr. Diddy right now.”


The Post first broke the Hunter Biden lap top story, unrelated to Combs' case at the time of this writing, months before the 2020 presidential election. That story was suppressed, admittedly, by FBI agents.


Christian Combs reportedly attended A recent prayer service overseen by Pastor Gino Jennings' service.


Jennifer Lopez and Diddy, then known as Puff Daddy, dated for almost two years and were both arrested after an infamous shooting in December 1999 at Club New York.

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wyoung1949
May 06
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

Interesting article. Time will tell.

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