Diddy's longtime nemesis and former Death Row CEO, Suge Knight, became the latest person to throw a big handful of salt in the Bad Boy mogul's open wound.
Former Bay Boy Records President Harve Pierre is being sued by a former assistant for sexual assault, amongst other allegations.
L.A. Reid is the target of a lawsuit from former music executive Drew Dixon, who alleges that Reid assaulted her twice in 2001.
Right now, Trey Songz has more sexual allegations than hit records
Another woman has come forward to allege that Bill Cosby drugged and sexually abused her, stating in a lawsuit that the attack happened when she was a server at a Sausalito restaurant in 1972.
Bill Cosby is facing yet another lawsuit over allegations of sexual assault, this time filed in a Nevada federal court. The nine women in the suit allege that he drugged and sexually assaulted them individually spanning a period of close to two decades.
A former employee of Rudy Giuliani filed a civil lawsuit against him on Monday, alleging that he committed multiple instances of sexual assault against her. The complaint also contains multiple lurid details of his misconduct including "alcohol-drenched rants" where he made homophobic and racist remarks.
A Manhattan jury found former President Donald Trump guilty of sexual abuse and defamation in the civil case brought against him by former writer E. Jean Carroll. The jury didn't find sufficient evidence to find him guilty of rape, as Carroll has long alleged. Trump disparaged the decision on social media, claiming the verdict is "a disgrace".
Charlamagne Tha God has demanded that a judge throw out a lawsuit against him related to a 2001 case where he was accused of sexually assaulting a minor. In obtained court documents, a lawyer for the media personality stated that the suit should be dismissed as a previous attempt to re-open the case was turned down by the Soliticor General of South Carolina in 2018.
David Cheo will be doing some serious apologizing after an old video exposed just how creepy he is.
An employee with Stanford University was arrested on Monday and charged with lying about being sexually assaulted by Black men on two occasions last fall. Jennifer Ann Gries faces jail time if convicted, and the Santa Clara District Attorney's Office released a statement showing that she allegedly made up the claims to retaliate against a Black male coworker.