Diddy Files Motion To Dismiss Gang Rape Lawsuit; Says He’s A Victim Of “Cancel Culture”

Diddy is now asserting that he is the “victim” after being recently accused of sexual assault and misbehavior by several women. In a document filed on Friday, February 23, the entrepreneur and former president of Bad Boy Records, Harve Pierre, are described as “victims of the ‘cancel culture’ frenzy in the courts” by his attorney, Jonathan Davis. An unidentified lady filed a complaint late last year accusing Diddy, Pierre, and an unidentified third attacker of gang-raping her in 2003, when she was just 17 years old. The case names the three defendants.

Diddy’s move to have the lawsuit dismissed is supported by the latest filing. The bulk of the document contends that the complaint ought to be dismissed due to late filing, even though it is made apparent that “[d] efendants have categorically denied Plaintiff’s allegations.”Prior to delving into the technical issues which center around a ruling regarding Steven Tyler, the singer for Aerosmith, among other things.

“The lawsuit has singlehandedly irreparably damaged the Individual Defendants’ reputations and their standing in the community and has resulted in them becoming victims of the ‘cancel culture’ frenzy in the courts – well before any evidence has been presented, and on the basis of rank, uncorroborated allegations.”

Regarding the aforementioned remarks, the media has contacted Davis for more information; he has not yet replied. Diddy recently brought in Bobbi Sternheim to take Davis’ place as his legal representative in court. Sternheim submitted her Notice of Appearance to the Southern District of New York in the middle of February, per court records that HipHopDX was able to get.

Her defense of Ghislaine Maxwell in the infamous Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case brought her notoriety as the former president of the New York Women’s Bar Association. The New York Post claims that Sternheim previously defended Khaled al-Fawwaz, Osama Bin Laden’s go-to guy, during his 2015 trial over the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Africa..

You can read the full memo here.

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