Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs accused of raping, drugging former FIT student in the ‘90s: report

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs accused of raping, drugging former FIT student in the ‘90s: report

Sean “Diddy” Combs is facing another lawsuit. This time, one has been filed by a former student at New York City’s Fashion Institute of Technology, who alleges he drugged and raped her in the 1990s.

On Thursday, April Lampros filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court of New York County claiming her relationship with the disgraced rapper started when he offered to mentor her in the fashion industry, per TMZ.

She recalled meeting with Combs at a SoHo Bar in 1995, alleging he overpoured her alcohol and later took her back to his Millennium Hotel room.

April Lampros filed the documents in the Supreme Court of New York County on Thursday, alleging the abuse started when Combs offered to mentor her in the fashion industry. Instagram/diddy In 1995, she recalled meeting the “I’ll Be Missing You” singer at a SoHo bar, claiming he overpoured her drink and took her back to his hotel room. GC Images

Lampros, now 51, recalled the feeling as if “the walls were closing in on her” as the “I’ll Be Missing You” singer, 54, allegedly started to force himself on her.

The petitioner claimed she was unable to defend herself and woke up the following day “nude, sore and confused.”

According to the documents, Lampros kept her distance from Combs for months until he reached out and invited her to events in the music industry.

Lampros was described in the filing as a “hopeful yet naive college student and took Mr. Combs at his word and believed that the first rape was a possible mulligan and decided to give him a second chance.”

Lampros recalled feeling sick as Combs allegedly forced himself on her as she passed out. AFP via Getty Images She claimed she woke up “nude, sore and confused.” WireImage

She then recalled heading to dinner with the “Last Night” rapper when she was allegedly forced to perform oral sex on him in the parking garage.

They were spotted by a garage attendant, but Combs didn’t care, according to the filing.

After that night, Lampros dodged Combs, which led him to become angry and develop a “mobster persona” as he threatened to blacklist her from the industry.

Lampros stayed away from the music mogul for months until he invited her to a fashion event. Getty Images The docs described the former student as a “hopeful yet naive college student and took Mr. Combs at his word and believed that the first rape was a possible mulligan and decided to give him a second chance.” Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

In 1996, Lampros said she was “ordered” to Combs’ apartment where she was introduced to his now ex-girlfriend Kim Porter.

She alleged ecstasy was forced down her throat and she was coerced to have sex with Porter as Combs masturbated.

Lampros claimed she was raped once again by Combs.

Lampros recalled heading to dinner with Combs when he allegedly made her give him oral sex in a parking garage. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP Lampros also cited another incident, claiming Combs ordered her to his apartment and made her have sex with his ex Kim Porter. FilmMagic, Inc

In 1998, Lampros officially cut Combs off but recalled Porter, who died in November 2018, showing up at a restaurant where she worked.

Per the docs, Porter allegedly told the restaurant owner that Lampros tried to poison her and demanded she be fired or Combs would have the eatery shut down. As a result, she was fired.

Lampros also listed Bad Boy Records, Arista and Sony Music Entertainment as defendants in the suit as she seeks to be compensated for the alleged damages the entities allowed Combs to commit.

Reps for Combs weren’t immediately available for comment.

She alleged drugs were forced down her mouth. WireImage Per the documents, Combs later raped Lampros once again. Getty Images

Lampros’ bombshell lawsuit comes days after Combs was sued by a former model alleging she was drugged and sexually assaulted by the music mogul.

Several other women have also come forward alleging similar incidents since Combs’ ex Cassie Ventura — whom he dated for a decade — filed a lawsuit against him in November.

While the exes privately settled the lawsuit 24 hours later, an old video of Combs beating Ventura in the hallway of a hotel in 2016 surfaced last week.

Several women have filed lawsuits against Combs, alleging similar incidents ever since his ex Cassie Ventura filed her own in November. Jim Smeal/Shutterstock However, the two settled the matter privately. David Fisher/Shutterstock

Before the video was released, Combs vehemently denied the allegations presented by Ventura, slamming them as “offensive and outrageous.”

However, he issued an apology video over the weekend, describing his actions as “inexcusable.”

“It’s so difficult to reflect on the darkest times in your life, but sometimes you got to do that. I was f—ked up. I mean, I hit rock bottom, but I make no excuses,” the rapper said. “My behavior on that video is inexcusable. I take full responsibility for my actions in that video. I’m disgusted.”

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-330-0226.