Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs accused of drugging, raping NYC college student in 1990s: report

Another woman has come forward and filed a lawsuit against music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs for allegedly drugging and raping her multiple times, beginning when she was a student at New York City’s Fashion Institute of Technology in the 1990s.

The mogul’s latest accuser, April Lampros, claimed that Combs offered to be her mentor in the fashion industry when she first met the rapper in 1995, according to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ.

After a night out in a Soho bar, where Lampros alleges Combs overserved her alcohol, he took her back to his room at the Millennium Hotel, where she says she felt “the walls were closing in on her” as he began to force himself on her, the suit says.

Lampros said she remained conscious when Combs began raping her but was unable to defend herself.

She woke up the next morning “nude, sore and confused,” the suit states.

For months she didn’t hear from Combs until he reached out again and began inviting her to VIP music industry events.

The “hopeful yet naive college student took Mr. Combs at his word and believed that the first rape was a possible mulligan and decided to give him a second chance,” Lampros’ attorneys wrote.

While walking to Combs’ car in a parking garage heading to dinner, Lampros says, he forced her to perform oral sex on him.

After that incident, Lampros declined his future invitations, outraging Combs, who would angrily call her constantly and threatened to blacklist her from the industry, the suit says.

She described his behavior as like that of a “mobster.”

In 1996, Lampros says, Combs “ordered” her to his apartment, where she was introduced to Combs’ late ex-girlfriend, model Kim Porter.

Combs forced her to take ecstasy and commanded her to have sex with Porter while he watched and masturbated.

Lampros claims that at one point, he raped her again.

Lampros and Combs cut ties in 1998, but she ran into Porter at a restaurant where she was working. 

Porter allegedly told the restaurant owner that Lampros had tried to poison her and claimed if she wasn’t fired, Combs would have the restaurant shut down. She was then fired, the lawsuit says.

Lampros’ suit comes a week after disturbing footage emerged showing Combs viciously beating his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura in the hallway of a Los Angeles hotel in 2016.

The embattled billionaire has been slapped with several other lawsuits accusing him of rape, sexual misconduct and other crimes.

Days later, another model, Crystal McKinney, accused Combs of drugging and raping her at his New York City recording studio in 2003 when she was 22 years old.

In April, federal agents raided the mogul’s California and Florida mansions as part of an investigation by the Department of Homeland Security team that deals with human trafficking.

He has not been charged with any crimes and has denied the allegations against him.

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