Another sexual assault lawsuit has been filed against Sean "Diddy" Combs, adding to a series of allegations against the American rapper regarding his treatment of women.

The incident took place in 2003 when the plaintiff was coerced into consuming alcohol and marijuana, including a joint that she believed was laced with another drug, according to the lawsuit.

Combs currently faces multiple civil lawsuits that portray him as a violent sexual predator who used alcohol and drugs to overpower his victims. Additionally, his properties were raided by federal agents earlier this year.

While Combs has previously denied these accusations, he has not yet responded to this latest claim. However, he recently issued an apology after footage emerged showing him physically assaulting his former girlfriend, Casandra Ventura, in 2016. In a subsequent lawsuit, Ventura accused Combs of subjecting her to more than a decade of coercion through physical force and drugs, as well as a rape incident in 2018.

Ventura initially sued Combs in federal court last autumn, and although the case was settled out of court, it triggered a wave of similar sexual assault allegations against the hip-hop star.

Referring to Ventura's case and four others in New York, McKinney's lawsuit states that she felt a moral obligation to speak out. She claims to suffer from depression, anxiety, body image issues, feelings of worthlessness, and intimacy problems as a result of Combs's assault. The lawsuit also accuses the rapper of using his influence to hinder her career.