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Diddy Files Motion Asking Court To Not Allow ‘Jane Doe’ To Keep Identity From Public Records In Alleged Assault Case

The latest woman who has filed a lawsuit against Diddy accusing him of sexual assault listed her name as “Jane Doe” to keep her identity secret. However, attorneys for the entrepreneur have requested that she reveal her identity but keep the motion sealed.

According to Radar Online, the “No Way Out” producer has recently discovered the identity of the woman filing the suit. In the motion, he revealed that the woman’s attorney informed him of who she was. Diddy stated that he does not want the accuser’s name revealed but “it does refer to certain facts about Plaintiff that the Combs Defendants have learned because her identity was disclosed by Plaintiff’s counsel.” He also said that his accuser has a “public-facing identity that could be potentially determined from the content” of his motion.

This latest information was posted to the X account of reporter, Meghann Cuniff.

This news comes after Diddy and Diageo announced that their partnership has officially come to an end after Diddy filed a lawsuit against the spirits distributor, according to Variety. The Bad Boy founder filed a lawsuit accusing Diageo of racism for failing to support marketing agreements for his Cîroc vodka and DeLeón tequila compared to the other spirit brands it owns.

A joint statement was released confirming the end of the business relationship between the two.

“Sean Combs and Diageo have now agreed to resolve all disputes between them. Mr. Combs has withdrawn all of his allegations about Diageo and will voluntarily dismiss his lawsuits against Diageo with prejudice.”

“Diageo and Mr. Combs have no ongoing business relationship, either with respect to Cîroc vodka or DeLeón tequila, which Diageo now solely owns.”

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