Christian “King” Combs Sued For 2022 Sexual Assault

Christian Combs is being sued for sexual assault. The rapper, who performs under the stage name King Combs, is accused of forcing himself onto a woman on a yacht in 2022. The lawsuit was hinted at earlier this week and confirmed Friday (April 5) by TMZ.

According to the tabloid, the alleged victim, Grace O’Marcaigh, claims Combs’s father, Sean “Diddy” Combs, chartered a private yacht where she was employed as a steward a few days before New Year’s Eve in 2022. O’Marcaigh claims Christian Combs had her take a shot of liquor, which she believes was spiked. She also accuses the 26-year-old of attempting to grope and kiss her, despite saying no.

Additionally, O’Marcaigh alleges Combs cornered her again and attempted to force her to perform oral sex. Photos of bruises on her forearm are included. In her account, she was able to fight her way out, however, she claims to have suffered mentally and emotionally since.

Diddy poses in the press room with his Global Icon Award and his son King Combs (R) at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey.

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Both father and son are named in the lawsuit, with Diddy accused of aiding and abetting King in the alleged assault. O’Marcaigh also claims to have witnessed the Bad Boys Entertainment mogul with “sex workers” and exposing himself to rapper Yung Miami during a match of her drinking card game Caresha Please. According to O’Marcaigh, the affair was recorded by a camera crew for Hulu.

Previously, Diddy and family were set to star in a reality series on the streaming platform. Since the 54-year-old has been accused of rape, assault, and abuse by multiple victims, the series has been reportedly scrapped.

VIBE has reached out to Hulu and representatives for Christian Combs for a statement regarding O’Marcaigh’s allegations.

“We have not seen this woman’s claim but I’m sure we can expect the same kind of manufactured lies we’ve come to expect from Tyrone Blackburn and his clients, just as we saw in Rodney Jones’ lawsuit – which has yet to be served,” explained Diddy’s attorney, Aaron Dyer, to TMZ.

He adds, that they learned about the lawsuit “the same way anyone hears about Mr. Blackburn’s filings: through the media.”