It is official … Cassie‘s lawsuit towards Diddy — the place she alleged he raped her and was concerned in human trafficking — has been dismissed.
In accordance with authorized docs, obtained by TMZ, the case was ended within the eyes of the regulation Monday in New York. The doc reads, “Pursuant to an settlement between the events, Plaintiff hereby dismisses this motion, with prejudice and with out prices or charges to both celebration.”
As we reported, it was Friday when each Cassie and Diddy introduced they’d settled the lawsuit … Cassie said, “I’ve determined to resolve this matter amicably on phrases that I’ve some stage of management. I need to thank my household, followers, and legal professionals for his or her unwavering assist.” Diddy’s assertion learn, “We now have determined to resolve this matter amicably. I want Cassie and her household all the most effective. Love.”
The settlement was extraordinarily fast, contemplating Cassie had solely filed her lawsuit Thursday.
Nonetheless, Diddy’s lawyer, Ben Brafman, was direct, telling us … “Simply so we’re clear, a choice to settle a lawsuit, particularly in 2023, is under no circumstances an admission of wrongdoing. Mr. Combs‘ determination to settle the lawsuit doesn’t in any method undermine his flat-out denial of the claims. He’s glad they bought to a mutual settlement and desires Ms. Ventura the most effective.”
Diddy was seen Saturday outdoors his Star Island house in Miami wanting distressed, to say the least.
The lawsuit was surprising — with claims of human trafficking, drug use and rape — together with one incident Cassie says occurred in 2018 when Diddy allegedly came to visit to her house after she’d tried to interrupt up with him and compelled intercourse on her.
Cassie additionally accused Diddy of being bodily together with her, beating and stomping her a number of occasions all through their lengthy relationship.
We do not know the phrases of the settlement, however the dismissal was filed with prejudice … so she will be able to’t file once more.