Serious allegations are being made against US rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs. It talks about alleged sex parties, abuse and human trafficking. One name is specifically mentioned in filings by the plaintiff's lawyers: Prince Harry. Why?

Investigations against rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs (54) are currently a major topic in the US media. On Monday (March 24), federal agents raided his properties in Los Angeles and Miami, accusing him of human trafficking. But suddenly the name of Prince Harry (39) also appears in this context.

As the British newspaper “Daily Mail” reports, King Charles III is the youngest son. (75) was cited in a $30 million lawsuit filed by Combs' former producer. Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones claims he had sex parties with prostitutes for the rapper and was repeatedly touched inappropriately.

Prince Harry is mentioned by name in lawyers' documents

Jones' attorneys describe in court documents filed in New York that Combs was respected by many people because of his good connections. Many guests were attracted to the sex parties apparently because he had “access to celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians and international dignitaries such as the British Royal Family and Prince Harry”.

In fact, Harry and the rapper, first known as Puff Daddy and later P. Diddy, knew each other. In 2007, they met at an after-concert party organized by Harry and his brother William, 41, to thank everyone who attended the 2007 concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium. In the photos, Harry poses intimately with Combs, putting his arm around her and fellow rapper Kanye West, 46. Prince William is also standing there laughing. However, the British heir to the throne is not mentioned in the documents.

The plaintiff talks about parties with underage girls and sex workers

Sean “Diddy” Combs has several lawsuits filed against him and there are serious allegations. It concerns gang rape, sexual abuse and human trafficking. Links to celebrities such as Prince Harry helped the rapper build a reputation for throwing “the best parties” and “legitimize” his actions, according to lawyers.

“Lil Rod” Jones, who produced nine songs on Diddy's 2023 album The Love Album: Off the Grid, says he was told to recruit prostitutes at parties and have sex with them in front of Combs. Underage girls and sex workers who were drugged by the rapper were used at the parties. Jones herself was also sexually abused. That's why he's suing the rapper for $30 million. Several women have also accused the music star of rape.

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