Cassie filed a lawsuit against Diddy, accusing her ex-boyfriend of rape and abuse over a decade.
Diddy allegedly wanted “to engage in a fantasy of his called ‘voyeurism,’” a few years into the relationship, in which Cassie was ordered to have sex with a succession of male prostitutes, while he watched, masturbated, took pictures and shot video.
He called them “freak offs” according to the suit, which involved costumes, like masquerade masks and lingerie, taking place at high-end hotels across the United States and in his homes. He instructed Cassie to search the websites of escort services to find male sex workers.
Drugs were supplied, which she took because they “allowed her to disassociate during these horrific encounters.”
Cassie is claiming she was a victim of sex trafficking.
According to the suit, Cassie would delete videos shot on her phone, but Diddy told her he still had access to those videos, and on a flight once made her watch a video she thought she deleted.
Cassie says because of the events of these “freak offs,” she was a victim of sex trafficking. The suit also accuses Diddy of sexual battery, sexual assault and violations of New York City’s gender-motivated violence law.
Cassie says Diddy controlled her career after her signing with Bad Boy Records, including paying for her car, apartments and clothing, and even had access to her personal medical records.
In 2018, she claims near the end of their relationship, he forced his way into her home and raped her.
“After years in silence and darkness, I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships,” she writes.