Diddy's Former Head of Security Vows to Tell His 'Truth' After Being Named in Cassie's Lawsuit
Cover Images/Seth Browarnik

Roger Bonds, who worked for the hip-hop mogul for years, speaks out after Cassie name-dropped him in her lawsuit, saying that he attempted to intervene to stop his boss when he was attacking the singer.

AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' former head of security has broken his silence after being named in Cassie's bombshell lawsuit. Roger Bonds, who worked for the hip-hop mogul for years, declared in a new social media post that he will tell his "truth."

On Saturday, November 25, Roger shared a note along with several pictures of him with Diddy and Cassie in public. The message read, "This is not meant to be threats or snitching or anything like that against Cassie or Diddy or anyone else."

"this is me telling my truth as I truly remember it for 2 reasons only," he added. "1st because I have 4 daughters so on all dudes my truth as I seen it, saw it and was involved with it for yrs."

In the caption, he penned, "IM WILLING TO TELL MY TEUTH (sic) BECAUSE FOR SO MANY YRS I WAS QUIET." He further declared, "Nothing matters now but FAMILY."

In her lawsuit, which has since been dismissed, Cassie name-dropped Roger as a witness to one of the alleged assaults done by Diddy. In 2009, the Bad Boy Records founder reportedly beat her after learning she was talking to another music manager at a club in L.A. Cassie accused her ex-boyfriend of stomping on her in the car afterward, and that's where Roger attempted to intervene to stop his boss.

Although the case has been dropped, Diddy faces two more sexual assault lawsuits. A woman named Joi Dickerson-Neal accused the rapper of rape, drugging and revenge porn back in 1991, while a third plaintiff, who goes by Jane Doe, alleged that Diddy and R&B star Aaron Hall took turns raping her and her friend at an MCA Records event in New York City in the early 1990s.

You can share this post!

You might also like
Related Posts