Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Charged Again Over Alleged Sex Trafficking

Another woman has come forward claiming that Sean “Diddy” Combs “manipulated” her into sex trafficking.

In a lawsuit obtained by TMZ on Wednesday, Adria English alleged she first met the disgraced rapper in 2004, after her then-boyfriend auditioned for a modeling job for Sean John.

English alleged that her partner and another model were asked to perform oral sex on Combs in order to get the job, but they allegedly refused.

Sean “Diddy” Combs was sued by another woman for allegedly luring her into sex trafficking. GC images
Adria English claimed she met Combs in 2004. adriasherimarcey/Instagram

Despite their alleged refusal, English claimed her partner was given a second chance if she agreed to work as a “go-go dancer” at Diddy’s white party in the Hamptons that year.

English, who previously worked as a porn star under the stage name Omunique, accepted the alleged offer, with TMZ subsequently sharing an alleged photo of her at the star-studded party in 2004.

According to the outlet, English claimed she increasingly found herself working Combs’ parties, where she was expected to flirt with guests and drink alcoholic beverages containing narcotics like ecstasy.

Although she initially said she didn’t have sex with guests, she claims everything changed after Combs allegedly demanded she sleep with jeweler Jacob Arabov, who is also named as a defendant in the lawsuit, according to TMZ.

In a lawsuit obtained by TMZ on Wednesday, English alleged that she started working for Combs after he asked her to be a “go-go dancer” at his white party in the Hamptons. adriasherimarcey/Instagram
She initially claimed that Combs had asked her to flirt with guests, but that she was not expected to sleep with them. Chelsea Lauren/Shutterstock

After allegedly having “forced sexual intercourse” with Arabov, she claimed Combs congratulated her and paid her another $1,000.

English, however, claimed that it wasn’t a one-time occurrence. According to him, the “I’ll Be Missing You” rapper expected her to be “passed off” to other people.

She alleged that she had been sexually abused by several other people, but she did not name them in the complaint.

TMZ reports that English is also suing Tamiko Thomas, a woman the former porn star alleged facilitated the music producer’s alleged sex trafficking. She compared Thomas to Ghislaine Maxwell, who was found guilty in 2021 of child sex trafficking and other crimes in connection with late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

However, she alleged that he sold alcoholic drinks containing narcotics such as ecstasy at parties. GC images
English alleged that Combs eventually asked her to have sex with partygoers. adriasherimarcey/Instagram

English claimed that she worked for Combs under the impression that he would help her career in music. However, she alleged that he used her career aspirations against her by threatening to ban her from the industry.

Although she reportedly quit working for the Bad Boy Records executive after five years, English claimed Combs made good on his threats and ruined her chances in the music industry.

According to English, she also suffered emotional trauma from the alleged sex trafficking, such as intimacy issues and painful memories.

She is claiming damages, the exact amount of which is unknown.

According to English, she was sexually abused by several people during the parties. Getty Images for MRC
She is claiming damages, the exact amount of which is unknown. Robert O’Neil /

However, the rapper’s attorney Jonathan Davis told us that “no matter how many lawsuits are filed, it will not change the fact that Mr. Combs has never sexually abused or sex trafficked anyone.”

“We live in a world where anyone can file a lawsuit for any reason and without any evidence,” Davis said in the statement. “Fortunately, there is a fair and impartial judicial process to find the truth, and Mr. Combs is confident he will overcome this and other baseless claims in court.”

English is the eighth person to file a lawsuit against the “I Need a Girl” rapper in the past nine months.

In November 2023, Combs’ ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura opened the floodgates when she accused him of rape and assault during their nearly decade-long romance.

Several people have accused Combs of sexual abuse and sex trafficking over the past nine months. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP
He denies all allegations. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Shortly after, more people came forward with allegations of sexual abuse, including Combs’ former producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones.

Jones alleged that the music mogul repeatedly sexually abused him and groped his genitals and touched his anus to entice him to have sex.

Combs denies all allegations made against him.

In May, it was reported that federal prosecutors were preparing to bring Combs’ accusers before a grand jury, signaling that the U.S. Department of Justice would take steps to file charges against him.

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