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Here Are The Celebrities Named In The Sex Trafficking Lawsuit Against Diddy



Newly released court files reveal the lengthy list of celebrities named in Sean “Diddy” Combs’ sex trafficking Lawsuit, which includes major music stars, Hollywood icons, and even royalty. 

The list of 15 names have not been charged with any crimes, nor named defendants in the sex trafficking case. Additionally, two of the names have been redacted, but speculation regarding their identities leads to a few likely culprits.

The list of names is as follows, as published by Newsweek:

  • Stevie J, real name Steven Aaron Jordan, a music producer and television personality
  • Prince Harry
  • A Grammy Award-winning R&B singer who had trouble with law enforcement after assaulting a Bajan billionaire, whose name was also redacted (Speculated to be Rihanna)
  • A redacted name of a Philadelphia rapper who dated Nicki Minaj (Allegedly Meek Mill)
  • Yung Miami, real name Caresha Romeka Brownlee, who was not labeled as a celebrity in the filing
  • Daphne Joy, who was also not labeled as a celebrity in the filing
  • Georgia Mass Choir
  • Donald Lawrence, songwriter and music producer
  • Cassie Ventura
  • The Clark Sisters
  • Bishop T.D. Jakes
  • DeForrest Taylor
  • Smokie Norful
  • Jose Cruz
  • Faheem Muhammad

The lawsuit, filed by Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, alleges that Combs and his associations became connected with “celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians, and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry,” in order to raise their status and increase connections for his alleged “sex-trafficking parties.”

Both Yung Miami and Daphne Joy are named as alleged “sex workers” that Mr Jones says Diddy paid a “monthly fee” and forced him to solicit.

In an Instagram statement, Joy called Jones’ claims “100% false” and accused him of “character assassination.” Meanwhile, Yung Miami seemed to deny the claims as well, responding to a post on X implying she would do anything “for $250k.”

“Something the internet made up and yall ran with it,” the rapper said on X.

Joy dated Curtis Jackson III, also known as 50 Cent, from 2011 to 2012. The actress and model also had a child with the rapper.

“I didn’t know you was a sex worker, [eye emojis] you little sex worker. LOL Yo this s*** is a movie,” 50 Cent wrote on X after Joy was named in the lawsuit. He did not address Joy directly in his statement.

Jakes is not accused of anything in the lawsuit. Court documents state that Jones claims that Combs “planned to leverage his relationship with Bishop T.D. Jakes to soften the impact on his public image of Cassie Ventura’s lawsuit.”

This comes a week after federal authorities raided homes owned by Combs in Los Angeles, CA, and Miami, FL. 

Investigators with the Department of Homeland Security executed search warrants at properties belonging to Combs in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of West Los Angeles, and in Miami on Monday, March 25, afternoon. The raids are allegedly tied to sex-trafficking allegations from various plaintiffs in recent months. 

In response to the raid, Tyrone Blackburn, an attorney representing Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, gave a statement saying, “About damn time. Sometimes justice delayed is not justice denied, so long as justice ultimately arrives.”

The celebrities mentioned in Producer Rodney Jones’s lawsuit have not been named defendants in the sex trafficking case.

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