Diddy Seeks Extension In Jane Doe Gang Rape Lawsuit
Diddy Seeks Extension In Jane Doe Gang Rape Lawsuit. Combs, the renowned American rapper, entrepreneur, and record producer, finds himself embroiled in a legal battle as he filed a motion to extend the deadline in a Jane Doe gang rape lawsuit. The high-profile lawsuit, which alleges that Combs and his former Bad Boys Entertainment president, Harve Pierre, were involved in the sexual assault of an unidentified woman in the early 1990s, has taken a new turn with Combs seeking more time to respond. As the legal battle intensifies, the case details allegedly further implicate Combs.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Files Motion To Extend Deadline in Jane Doe Gang Rape Lawsuit
Diddy Seeks Extension In Jane Doe Gang Rape Lawsuit.
In a surprising twist, Diddy has filed a motion requesting an extension of the deadline.
According to All Hip Hop, The lawsuit alleges that Sean Combs and Pierre sexually assaulted Jane Doe.
And Jane Doe was only 17 years old when she was allegedly gang-raped at Bad Boy recording studio.
This alleged incident happened in 2003; Jane Doe has filed a lawsuit against Diddy.
His attorneys asked for an extension based on ” circumstances beyond the control of Diddy and defendants.”
They ask extending the extension from 8 to January 24, 2024.
That will give his legal team more time to prepare for the lawsuit.
As we all know, Diddy settled a sexual assault lawsuit with his former GF, Cassie, in November.
But it appears other allegations of Diddy’s alleged sexual abuse allegations are forming.
In this particular case, the alleged victim was underage at the time of the gang rape.
Therefore, it is possible a lot of recollections from those involved could be lost.
That is, some of the defendants may not remember details of the alleged incident.
Or perhaps it is a tactic for Diddy’s legal team to create strategies to discredit Jane Doe.
Be that as it may, it seems Diddy is preparing for a serious legal battle.