Full List: Prince Harry Named Among The List of Celebrities in Diddy Court Filing

It is alleged that through this popularity, Combs' associates gained access to "celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians, and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry."

Full List: Prince Harry Named Among The List of Celebrities in Diddy Court Filing
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A number of celebrities appeared in court filings made in connection with music producer Rodney Jones' $30 million lawsuit against Sean "Diddy" Combs.

Jones filed his lawsuit on February 26, making a number of accusations against Combs, including sexual misconduct and grooming. Jones has also accused Combs of participating in sex-trafficking activity. Attorneys for Combs have strongly denied the allegations.  "We have overwhelming, indisputable proof that his claims are complete lies."

Among the celebrities named in the filing are:

  • Stevie J (Steven Aaron Jordan), a music producer and television personality
  • A redacted name of a Philadelphia rapper who dated Nicki Minaj
  • A Grammy Award-winning R&B singer who had trouble with law enforcement after assaulting a Bajan billionaire, whose name was also redacted.
  • Yung Miami, who was not labeled as a celebrity in the filing
  • Prince Harry
  • Bishop T.D. Jakes
  • Cassie Ventura, a singer and dancer
  • Georgia Mass Choir
  • Donald Lawrence, songwriter and music producer
  • The Clark Sisters
  • Smokie Norful
  • Faheem Muhammad
  • DeForrest Taylor
  • Jose Cruz

Among the benefits enjoyed by music industry parties, Jones' lawyers claimed, was "affiliation and access to Mr. Combs' popularity."

It is alleged that through this popularity, Combs' associates gained access to "celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians, and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry."

The named celebrities have not been charged.

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