Diddy hit with new sex trafficking lawsuit

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Diddy hit with new sex trafficking lawsuit

Diddy has been accused of demanding oral sex from the boyfriend of a porn star in yet another sex trafficking lawsuit.

Adria English, who went by the porn stage name Omunique, claims that the Bad Boy boss hired her to have sex with people at his parties and that she met the mogul through her boyfriend, who was auditioning to model for Diddy’s fashion label, Sean John.

In the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, English alleges that Puffy wanted her boyfriend and another model to perform oral sex on him in exchange for the job, but her boyfriend refused.

English’s partner was then offered another chance at the modeling gig if he convinced his porn star girlfriend to work as a go-go dancer at one of Diddy’s famous white parties in the Hamptons.

The couple agreed and English says she worked the party in 2004, providing photographic evidence in the lawsuit of her appearing at the lavish event.

English claims she went on to work other Diddy parties where she alleges she had to drink alcohol laced with ecstasy and was encouraged to flirt with guests.

English says that Diddy began “grooming” her into sex trafficking through his parties and once ordered to have “forced sexual intercourse” with celebrity jeweler Jacob Arabo (a.k.a. Jacob the Jeweler), for which she was paid an extra $1,000.

The lawsuit includes a photo of English with Jacob that was allegedly taken at the party where they had sex.

She also claims that Diddy congratulated her on having sex with Jacob, who is also a named defendant in the lawsuit.

English alleges that she was then “passed off” to various other people at Puffy’s parties and continued to be sexually assaulted.

The plaintiff further claims that the record executive made promises to advance her career in the music industry, but also threatened to blackball her and her boyfriend if they did not comply with his demands.

English claims she suffered emotional trauma, including intimacy issues and painful memories, as a result of the alleged sex trafficking.

Her lawsuit also names a woman called Tamiko Thomas as a defendant, who she claims facilitated the sex trafficking and is described as the Ghislaine Maxwell to Diddy’s Jeffrey Epstein.

Diddy, through his attorney Jonathan Davis, has denied the claims within the lawsuit.

“No matter how many lawsuits are filed it won’t change the fact that Mr. Combs has never sexually assaulted or sex trafficked anyone,” the lawyer said. “We live in a world where anyone can file a lawsuit for any reason and without any proof.

“Fortunately, a fair and impartial judicial process exists to find the truth and Mr. Combs is confident he will prevail against these and other baseless claims in court.”

Diddy is currently fighting a string of other lawsuits accusing him of sexual assault, gang rape and drugging, among other crimes — all of which he has also denied.

The 54-year-old also saw his homes raided by Homeland Security in March as part of a federal sex trafficking investigation, although he has yet to be criminally charged.