Lawsuit Alleges Sexual Assault by Christian "King" Combs on Yacht Chartered by Father Sean "Diddy" Combs

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A recent lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court has brought serious allegations against rapper Christian "King" Combs, son of music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs. The lawsuit, filed by Grace O'Marcaigh, accuses Christian Combs of sexual assault during a yacht party chartered by the Combs family in December 2022.

The lawsuit implicates both Christian Combs and his father, Sean "Diddy" Combs, as defendants. O'Marcaigh's legal representation, led by attorney Tyrone Blackburn, has also been involved in another high-profile case against Sean "Diddy" Combs, involving allegations of sexual assault and harassment by producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones.

According to O'Marcaigh's account detailed in the court documents, Christian Combs boarded the yacht that she was a stewardess on already exhibiting signs of intoxication. The situation reportedly escalated when Christian began groping O'Marcaigh, forcing himself on her, and prompting her to fight him off. Despite her efforts to evade assault, O'Marcaigh claims that Christian became increasingly aggressive, attempting to isolate her, and continued to make inappropriate advances toward her. O'Marcaigh states that she has recorded audio as evidence.

As a result of the alleged assault, O'Marcaigh states that she suffered not only physical injuries but also severe mental health issues. The lawsuit includes photographic evidence of bruising on O'Marcaigh's forearm, which she states occurred during the altercation with Christian Combs.

In the court filings, O'Marcaigh accuses Sean "Diddy" Combs of premises liability, asserting that as the person responsible for chartering the yacht, he “failed to ensure a safe environment” onboard.

Grace O'Marcaigh is seeking unspecified damages in the lawsuit. The allegations against Christian "King" Combs and Sean "Diddy" Combs have yet to be addressed in court, but in a statement with E! News, their representing attorney Aaron Dyer has denied all claims.

Selena Richards
Selena Richards
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