Stevie J and a representative for Justin Combs are now addressing allegations made against them in a new lawsuit. As The Shade Room previously reported, Rodney’ Lil Rod’ Jones recently filed a $30 million sexual harassment and assault lawsuit against Diddy.

The suit also names Justin Combs, Stevie J, and others as accomplices.

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Here’s How Stevie J & Justin Combs’ Rep Responded

According to TMZ, Stevie J spoke exclusively with the outlet on Tuesday, February 27. The reality star appeared to keep his statement brief but firm.

“These allegations are false and my lawyer will be handling this going forward,” he reportedly explained.

Additionally, a representative for Justin Combs shared a statement with the outlet on Monday, February 26. The representative’s statement followed the outlet breaking the news about the new lawsuit filed against Diddy.

“Justin Combs categorically denies these absurd allegations,” the statement reads. “They are all lies! This is a a clear example of a desperate person taking desperate measures in hopes of a pay day. There will be legal consequences for ALL defamatory statements made about the Combs family.”

A Brief Recap Of The Lawsuit

As The Shade Room previously reported, Rodney Jones is reportedly a former Diddy videographer and producer. His lawsuit alleges that he was sexually assaulted by the 54-year-old and subject to “unwanted advances” from Diddy’s associates.

TRIGGER WARNING: This portion of the article contains content related to sexual assault.

Jones alleges that Diddy would touch his genitals and anus amid parading around nude in front of him. Additionally, Jones believes that Diddy was trying to “groom him into having sex.”

Furthermore, Jones also accused the 54-year-old of bringing prostitutes to his home as well as underage girls and drugging and “possibly” raping him.

Here’s What Was Alleged Of Justin Combs & Stevie J

The allegations against Diddy, however, were not all of the allegations Jones shared in his lawsuit. According to TMZ, Jones accused the 54-year-old of forcibly making him watch a video of Stevie J having sex with another man.

Additionally, Jones alleges that Diddy instructed him, Stevie J, and his son Justin Combs to “recruit” prostitutes and underage girls to bring back to his parties.

Furthermore, Jones’ lawsuit also alleges that, on separate occasions, the cousin of Diddy’s on-again-off-again girlfriend, Yung Miami, sexually assaulted him along with actor Cuba Gooding Jr.

“[Cuba allegedly began] touching, groping, and fondling Mr. Jones’s legs, his upper inner thighs near his groin, the small of his back near his buttocks and his shoulders,” the lawsuit reportedly reads per the outlet.

As The Shade Room previously reported, the suit lists Diddy, Combs, and “other employees as well as various record execs” as defendants. Shawn Holley, an attorney for Diddy, has since denied the allegations.

“[Rodney Jones] is nothing more than a liar who filed a $30 million lawsuit shamelessly looking for an undeserved payday. His reckless name-dropping about events that are pure fiction and simply did not happen is nothing more than a transparent attempt to garner headlines,” the statement reads in part.

Furthermore, a producer named Lil Rod has taken to Instagram to share his grievances with the music mogul. Currently, The Shade Room cannot confirm whether the man is the same one who filed the suit against Diddy. However, his profile links to a GoFundMe campaign created by Rodney Jones.

Additionally, the campaign appears to blast Diddy for alleged non-payment of royalties, publishing shares, and other assets. The campaign is titled “Help Me Sue Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.”

“For the better part of the past 6 months, my team and I have extended every opportunity we knew possible to have these matters addressed and resolved (fairly) but in private. However, Diddy’s negotiation tactics, to stall communications, dry out (my) funds, and have me negotiating out of desperation or without a real means of fighting back has forced me here!” the campaign’s description partially reads.

According to HotNewHipHop, an adult male star has reportedly come forward alleging he’s in the NSFW video, not Stevie J.

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