Diddy Accused of Drugging and Raping College Student in New Lawsuit
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April Lampros, who was a fashion student in the 1990s, claims the Bad Boy Records founder offered to be her mentor in the fashion industry before sexually assaulting her multiple times.

AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' legal problems continue to pile up. The embattled hip-hop mogul has been slapped with another lawsuit alleging him of drugging and raping an NYC college student in the 1990s.

April Lampros says in the lawsuit obtained by TMZ on Thursday, May 23 that she was a student at New York City's Fashion Institute of Technology and Diddy offered to mentor her in the fashion industry. After showering her with gifts and flowers, April claims they met up in 1995 at a SoHo bar, where he plied her with alcohol and then brought her back to his room at the Millenium Hotel.

April says she started to feel ill and as if "the walls were closing in on her" as Diddy allegedly started to force himself on her. She says she was still conscious, but unable to defend herself when he began raping her. April says she woke up the next morning "nude, sore and confused."

Months later, April says Diddy began pursuing her again. This time, he allegedly lured her with access to music industry events. A "hopeful yet naive college student," she "took Mr. Combs at his word and believed that the first rape was a possible mulligan and decided to give him a second chance," the lawsuit details.

While walking to Diddy's car in a parking garage heading to dinner, April says he forced her to perform oral sex on him. A parking attendant witnessed the assault, but did nothing.

After that assault, April says she rejected his subsequent invitations and he grew angry. She claims he developed a "mobster persona."

In another incident which allegedly took place in 1996, she says Diddy "ordered" her to his apartment and introduced her to Kim Porter. She claims he forced ecstasy down her throat and then demanded she have sex with Kim while he masturbated. He also raped her again, the lawsuit states.

April says she finally broke things off with Diddy in 1998, but then had a run-in with Kim at a restaurant where April was working. According to the suit, Kim told the restaurant owner April had tried to poison her and if they didn't fire her, Diddy would shut down the business. April says she was eventually fired.

April says she had another encounter with Diddy in Rockefeller Center around the end of 2000 or early 2001, when he was dating Jennifer Lopez. After exchanging pleasantries, she claims Diddy ended up coming back to her apartment where he suddenly "violently grabbed her and forced himself onto her." She was able to fight him off and he left.

Sometime last year, April says someone told her then-boyfriend he had seen a video of her having sex with Diddy. Only then she learned that Diddy recorded the sexual encounter without her knowledge and has shown the video to multiple people.

April is suing Diddy for sexual assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. She also names Bad Boy Records, Arista and Sony Music Entertainment as defendants, claiming they enabled him to commit the crimes.

April's attorney is Tyrone Blackburn, who also represents Rodney Jones and Liza Gardner in the lawsuits they filed against Diddy late last year. He also represents Grace O'Marcaigh who sued Diddy's son Christian a.k.a. King Combs, alleging sexual assault.

Just a few days before April's suit, model Crystal McKinney sued Diddy for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2003. Diddy has not responded to the latest lawsuit.

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