Music Mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Faces Multiple Civil Lawsuits Accusing Him of Sex Trafficking and Sexual Abuse

Los Angeles, CA – Sean “Diddy” Combs, a prominent rapper and music mogul known for his contributions to the careers of many popular artists, is now facing a series of civil lawsuits accusing him of sex trafficking, sexual abuse, and rape. The lawsuits represent a major shift in Combs’ public image and have prompted federal agents with US Homeland Security to raid two of his residences on March 25th. Combs, formerly known by various stage names including Puff Daddy and P. Diddy, has adamantly denied all allegations against him. His legal team has dismissed the … Read more

City of Solana Beach Files Lawsuit Against Del Mar Fairgrounds Over KAABOO Music Festival Approval without Proper Review Process

SOLANA BEACH, California – The future of the KAABOO music festival, set to make its return this summer, is now uncertain as the City of Solana Beach has filed a lawsuit against the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The city alleges that the fairgrounds granted approval for the event without undergoing the necessary review process. The lawsuit, filed last Monday, urges the 22nd District Agricultural Association, which oversees the fairgrounds, to revoke its approval of the festival until it complies with the California Environmental Quality Act. This Act mandates that public agencies assess the environmental impacts of … Read more

Jimmie Allen Drops Sexual Assault Lawsuit: All Eyes Turn to Nashville Music Management Firm

Nashville, Tennessee – Country singer Jimmie Allen has been dropped from a sexual assault lawsuit filed against him by one of his former managers. The lawsuit, which was filed in June of last year, has now been settled, with the woman dismissing Allen from the claims. However, the lawsuit is still ongoing against the management firm that employed her and its principal. The woman’s attorneys at FeganScott confirmed the dismissal of Allen from the lawsuit, stating that both parties have reached a mutual accord and desire to move past litigation. The plaintiff will continue to … Read more

Sony Music Denies Discrimination Allegations in Lawsuit Filed by Former Assistant of Ron Perry

LOS ANGELES — Sony Music is vigorously defending itself against a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former assistant to Columbia Records CEO Ron Perry, alleging race-conscious hiring policies. The company swiftly responded to the accusations, describing them as “contradictory and false” and intended to harass the former employer. The lawsuit, filed by Patria Paulino, claims that she was forced to resign after objecting to discriminatory hiring practices that favored Black applicants. Paulino alleges that she was explicitly told to hire only Black candidates to enhance the appearance of diversity. In a motion filed by Sony … Read more