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Diddy ‘Gang Rape’ Trial: Plaintiff Must Reveal Identity, Judge Rules

Diddy ‘Gang Rape’ Trial Takes New Turn — Judge Rules Plaintiff Cannot Remain Anonymous

In a pivotal development, the judge presiding over the lawsuit involving Sean “Diddy” Combs and allegations of sex trafficking and gang rape has made a significant ruling. On Thursday, February 29, Federal Judge Jessica G.L. Clarke determined that the lawsuit cannot proceed unless the unnamed plaintiff discloses her identity.

The ruling underscores the complexity of the case, acknowledging the potentially profound impact on the accuser due to the distressing nature of the allegations. Despite this recognition, Judge Clarke concluded that the plaintiff had not substantiated her claim that proceeding anonymously was necessary.

In her ruling, Judge Clarke referenced past cases involving high-profile figures such as Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, where anonymous accusers were denied anonymity. She emphasized that allowing cases to proceed under pseudonyms was the exception rather than the rule.


Diddy (Credits: Billboard)

However, the immediate implementation of the ruling is stayed, pending the judge’s decision on Combs’ motion to dismiss the lawsuit. It remains uncertain when this decision will be reached. If the case progresses, the anonymous plaintiff will be compelled to reveal her identity.

The unidentified plaintiff, referred to as Jane Doe, alleges that Combs and former Bad Boy Records president Harve Pierre drugged and sexually assaulted her in a Manhattan recording studio when she was a teenager. She argues that disclosing her identity would subject her to renewed trauma amidst media scrutiny. Conversely, Combs’ legal team contends otherwise.

Throughout the legal proceedings, Combs has vehemently denied the allegations, which are among numerous sexual assault lawsuits brought against him in recent months. These lawsuits, along with others targeting celebrities, stem from a legislative measure in New York State that extends the time frame for victims to file lawsuits beyond the statute of limitations.

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