Rolling Stone got a copy of the case in which Jane Doe says she and her friend met Diddy and Hall at an event held at the New York offices of MCA Records, the company that distributes Uptown Records. The report says that Combs and Hall were very sexual and flirty with Jane Doe and her friend, giving them drinks all night.

Combs and Hall are said to have asked the women back to Hall’s apartment for an afterparty as the event was coming to a close. The police report says that while Jane Doe was at Hall’s flat, she was offered more drinks and forced to have sex with Combs. “Jane Doe lay in bed, shocked and traumatised, after Combs was done with his business.” Then Hall walked in and pinned Jane Doe down while she was getting ready. He then made her have sex with him.

In the complaint, it says that Jane Doe quickly changed clothes and left Hall’s house after the claimed rape. Report says she later talked to her friend and found out that the other woman “had been forced to have sex with Combs and Hall in another room.”

“Based on information and belief, Combs switched with Hall after his breakup with Jane Doe,” the papers say. A few days after the claimed assaults, Combs is said to have gone to the house where Jane Doe and her friend were staying and become violent.

It says in the lawsuit, “He got angry and started beating and choking Jane Doe until she passed out.” In search of Jane Doe’s friend, Combs was afraid that she would tell the girl he was seeing at the time what he and Hall had done to them.

The suit also names MCA Music Entertainment and Geffen Records as defendants, along with Hall and Combs. Friday, people who work for Hall and Combs did not respond right away to calls for help. It says that Jane Doe “told her close friends and family about what had happened” and that she sought medical care “to heal from the trauma Combs and Hall caused her.” The case was filed in New York County Supreme Court.

With this new case, it is the third one against Combs in the days before the one-year Adult Survivors Act ran out. People who said they had been sexually assaulted could file new charges after the statute of limitations had passed. Cassie, an R&B star, made a huge complaint against Combs on November 16, saying that she had raped her, sold her sex, and hit her several times. The next day, Diddy and Cassie came to an agreement behind closed doors.

A second accuser filed a lawsuit early Thursday saying that Combs drugged and sex attacked her in 1991, when she was a student at Syracuse University. She says Combs recorded what happened and showed other people the video, which she called “revenge porn.” The claim was denied by Diddy’s rep, who said it was “made up and not credible” and “a money grab.”

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