Lawsuit Alleges Sean “Diddy” Combs Paid Instagram Influencer for Sex Work

A newly amended lawsuit against music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs alleges that he paid Instagram influencer Jade Ramey a “monthly stipend” for sex work. The $30 million lawsuit, initially filed by producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones in February and amended on Monday, claims that Combs boasted about having multiple women on a monthly payment plan. The civil complaint also names Yung Miami, also known as Caresha Rameka Brownlee, and Daphne Joy as alleged recipients of these cash-for-sex payouts.

According to court filings, Ramey, Yung Miami, and Joy were allegedly paid a monthly fee to work as Combs’ sex workers. The payments were reportedly made through wire transfers from Love Records accountant Robin Greenhill. The lawsuit raises questions about whether the appropriate federal tax documents were provided to the women or if they declared these payments on their taxes.

Combs and his legal team have vehemently denied all of the producer’s allegations. His attorney, Shawn Holley, dismissed Jones as a liar who is solely motivated by financial gain. Holley stated that there is overwhelming evidence proving the claims to be false.

The New York Post reached out to Jade Ramey for comment on the explosive allegations outlined in the lawsuit. Ramey, an Instagram influencer with a following of 1.2 million, describes herself online as a certified wellness coach and an ordained minister. She recently shared a seductive photo of herself on Instagram, captioned with the words “New character unlocked.”

Ramey and Combs made headlines in December 2022 when they were photographed sharing a kiss during a dinner date at the Malibu hotspot Nobu. Shortly before this, Combs announced the birth of his seventh child, daughter Love, with cybersecurity expert Dana Tran.

In addition to Jones’ lawsuit, Combs is currently under investigation by Homeland Security for alleged sex trafficking. Federal agents recently conducted raids on Combs’ properties in Los Angeles and Miami. Combs’ attorney, Aaron Dyer, criticized the searches as an excessive use of force and referred to them as a witch hunt based on baseless accusations made in civil lawsuits.

It is worth noting that Combs settled a lawsuit in November with his former longtime girlfriend, R&B singer Cassie, who accused him of sexual abuse, including rape. Another woman also claimed that Combs raped her approximately 20 years ago when she was 17. Combs has consistently denied all allegations, stating on social media that he will fight for his name, his family, and the truth.

Author: CrimeDoor

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