Prince Harry name-dropped in $30 million sex-trafficking lawsuit against Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs

Prince Harry name-dropped in $30 million sex-trafficking lawsuit against Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs



 Prince Harry was mentioned in a $30 million lawsuit accusing Sean “Diddy” Combs of sexual abuse.


Music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones said in court documents filed last month, and obtained by Page Six, that guests were drawn to Diddy’s alleged sex-trafficking parties due to the rapper’s “access to celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artist [sic], musicians and international dignitaries like British royal Prince Harry.”



However, Harry is not a defendant nor has he been accused of criminality.


Harry, 39, and his brother, Prince William, met Diddy, 54, at a party they hosted in 2007 to thank everyone who took part in the “Concert for Diana” benefit at Wembley Stadium.


The music executive performed “I’ll Be Missing You” at the charity event, which was held in honor of the princes’s late mother, Princess Diana.


Harry and Diddy posed for a photo with Kanye West at the time, but it is not known whether they ever hung out again.


The news comes after Homeland Security raided two of Diddy’s homes Monday in connection to a sex-trafficking investigation.


The rapper, who has not spoken about the probe, was seen pacing back and forth outside a Miami airport while federal agents swarmed his sprawling properties in Los Angeles and Florida.


Diddy’s ex-girlfriend Cassie, who sued him for rape and decades-long physical abuse in a bombshell lawsuit last year, subsequently called out his “depraved conduct.”


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