See photos of Diddy For the first time since the lawsuit
Cassie’s lawsuit against Diddy for abuse, assault and human trafficking is just days behind him. The former couple tied the knot on Friday (November 17), just a day after she filed in New York. Over the weekend, The Shade Room received exclusive images of Diddy following the settlement.
The photos mark the first time Diddy has been seen since he and Cassie decided to settle down “amicably”. Photographers captured Diddy at his home in Miami.
The music mogul was wearing navy blue sweatpants, a black tee, and black sneakers in the photos. He seemed to be sitting in the courtyard of his home. More than 80 images show Diddy standing, sitting, and hunching over with his head in his hands.
At one point, Diddy is also seen talking on his cell phone and sipping liquid from an orange-red cup.
Some of the images include Diddy’s longtime assistant Kristina Khorram – also dressed casually under a white dress – in his company. They can be seen coming to the seats outside, engaging in conversation, and looking at a cell phone and laptop.
Additional photos show Diddy and his assistant along with another man whose identity is not clear.
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On Saturday, the rep issued a follow-up statement about the settlement, saying it was not an admission of guilt. He released the statement through his lawyer Ben Brafman.
“Just as we are clear, a decision to settle a lawsuit, especially in 2023, is not an admission of wrongdoing. Mr. Combs’ decision to settle the lawsuit does not preclude any means of denying the allegations. He is happy that they found a mutual agreement and he wishes Ms. Ventura all the best.
As for Cassie, she told The New York Times on Friday that she settled on terms that were within her control.
“I have decided to resolve this matter amicably on the condition that I have some control,” Cassie said. “I want to thank my family, fans and lawyers for their unwavering support.”
At this time, the amount that Cassie and Diddy settled on is not public information.
However, in an original statement to the trial, Diddy Ben’s lawyer accused Cassie of “clear deception”. He said the ‘Official Girl’ singer had been trying to get $30 million from Diddy by threatening to “write a damaging book about their relationship.”
At the same time, Cassie’s lawyer, Douglas Wigdor, said that the representative had offered Cassie “eight figures” to not file the lawsuit, and Cassie refused.
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As previously reported, Cassie sought “injunctive, declaratory and monetary relief” from the producer. She filed under a temporary New York act that allowed survivors of assault and abuse to file charges against alleged perpetrators between last November and the 23rd of this month.
Her lawsuit accused Diddy of rape, sexual abuse and human trafficking, physical assault, and introducing her to a drug-addled lifestyle. The “Me&U” singer revealed that she still suffers from nightmares recalling her trauma and struggled with the aftermath of addiction.
According to court docs, Casie was looking “Justice for the decade of her life that Mr. Combs took away from her with threats of violence, excessive drug use, physical and psychological abuse, and sexual addiction.”
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