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Reality TV Show About Diddy’s Family Axed Amid Sexual Assault Lawsuits


A reality television show centered around Sean “Diddy” Combs’ family, titled “Diddy+7,” has been canceled by Hulu in the wake of multiple sexual assault lawsuits against the music mogul, according to Variety. The show, which was in the early stages and not in current production, had a working title referring to Diddy’s seven children and was being produced by James Corden’s production company Fulwell 73.

Diddy has been facing several sexual assault allegations, with his former girlfriend, Cassie (Casandra Ventura), filing a lawsuit last month, accusing him of rape and assault during their relationship. The case was reportedly settled a day after it was filed, and Diddy’s attorney, Ben Brafman, emphasized that the settlement did not imply an admission of wrongdoing.

In addition to Cassie’s lawsuit, three other women—Joi Dickerson-Neal, Liza Gardner, and an anonymous Jane Doe—have filed lawsuits against Diddy. Furthermore, a lawsuit filed last month implicated Harve Pierre, a former president of Diddy’s record label, and Diddy’s companies in allegations of sexual harassment and assault against an assistant. Harve Pierre, also named as a defendant in Jane Doe’s lawsuit,denied the accusations.

Last week, Diddy addressed the allegations on Instagram, asserting his innocence and stating, “I will fight for my name, my family, and for the truth.” As the legal battles unfold, the cancellation of the reality show adds another layer to the challenges Diddy is currently facing.

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Dana Sterling-Editor


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