A reality series featuring Sean “Diddy” Combs that was in early development at Hulu is no longer moving forward.
The series from production company Fulwell 73 was dropped after multiple lawsuits alleging sexual assault were filed against Combs since November. Combs has denied the allegations.
According to THR, a complaint was filed in New York federal court last week by a woman suing as Jane Doe who alleged that the rapper and former Bad Boy Entertainment president Harve Pierre raped her in 2003 when she was 17 years old.
The three previous suits were filed in November, including one from Joi Dickerson-Neal, who appeared in one of the star’s music videos and claimed that he drugged and raped her when she was attending Syracuse University in 1991. Another suit from a woman suing as a Jane Doe accused him and singer Aaron Hall of sexually assaulting her and a friend.
These lawsuits came less than a week after Combs settled a suit filed by singer Cassie, who had accused him of raping and physically abusing her for close to a decade.
Combs, who stepped down as chairman of hip-hop TV network Revolt late last month, denied the accusations in a statement posted to social media. “I did not do any of the awful things being alleged,” he said in the statement.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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