Diddy faces lawsuit from former nanny

Sean “Diddy” Combs faces legal action from a former nanny who claims she was wrongly fired.

According to court documents obtained by The Times, the nanny claims to be the niece of Comb’s late romantic partner Kim Porter, who died of pneumonia in November 2018 at the age of 47.

In the lawsuit filed Tuesday, the plaintiff alleged Diddy “personally asked her” to live with him and his family and become the full-time nanny to his and Porter’s twin daughters, D’Lila and Jessie, the day after Porter’s death. The twins were 11 years old at the time.

The woman, identified in court documents as Jane Roe, said she was “responsible for the twins’ 24/7 care” and claims Combs and his teams hatched a campaign to have her fired when she died in August 2020 revealed she was pregnant and planned to take maternity leave. She claimed she was fired in January 2021 “because she was pregnant and unmarried, which was allegedly a bad example of that [Combs’] daughters.”

Combs reportedly reacted with hostility when he found out about Roe’s plans to leave, by “roaring and cursing” and refusing to keep his promise to get Roe and their son “the best health and dental insurance” and cover their medical expenses.

As a result of the termination, Roe claimed to have suffered “intangible loss of employment opportunities and damage to her professional reputation” and “emotional distress.”

A spokesman for Diddy responded to the allegations in a statement to TMZ on Tuesday night, in which he denied several of the claims made against the 52-year-old mogul and referred to Roe as “Raven.”

“This lawsuit is a meritorious attempt to extort money from Mr. Combs. Raven is not Kim Porter’s niece as she falsely claims; There is also no legal basis for filing this case under anonymity as “Jane Doe”. [sic],'” read the statement. “Raven was a part-time babysitter for the twins, whom Mr. Combs kept on the job in 2018 to provide continuity for the twins following the untimely death of their mother. Mr. Combs mercifully allowed Raven to live with her son in his home and treated them like “family”.

“Their babysitting services were always meant to be temporary, especially as the girls got older and spent most of the day at school. In fact, Raven’s move from her role had been planned and agreed upon by her long before she even mentioned she was pregnant. Mr. Combs will take swift and immediate action to protect his family from these false allegations.”

Roe demands damages in an unspecified amount.

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2022-09-30/diddy-lawsuit-former-nanny Diddy faces lawsuit from former nanny

Sarah Ridley

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