Sean "Diddy" Combs, the influential music mogul, is facing severe allegations in a new lawsuit filed by former adult film star Adria English. These claims include sexual assault and sex trafficking, which Diddy, through his legal team, vehemently denies.

Jonathan Davis, Diddy's legal counsel, responded firmly to the accusations, emphasizing his client's innocence. "No matter how many lawsuits are filed, it won't change the fact that Mr. Combs has never sexually assaulted or sex trafficked anyone," Davis said in a statement to AllHipHop. "We live in a world where anyone can file a lawsuit for any reason and without any proof. Fortunately, a fair and impartial judicial process exists to find the truth, and Mr. Combs is confident he will prevail against these and other baseless claims in court."

The allegations surfaced in a lawsuit that paints a disturbing picture of coercion and abuse. According to the legal documents obtained by TMZ, English alleges that she was groomed into a sex trafficking operation spearheaded by Combs. The suit details an encounter in 2004 when English and her boyfriend met the rapper while auditioning for a modeling job.

During the audition, English claims that Combs made an inappropriate request for oral sex, which they refused. However, Diddy allegedly offered her partner career opportunities in exchange for English working as a "go-go dancer" at his infamous white party in 2004. Reluctantly, English accepted and soon became a regular at Combs' parties, where she was expected to flirt with guests and consume alcohol mixed with ecstasy.

The lawsuit further accuses Diddy of instructing English to engage in sexual activities with high-profile guests, including renowned jeweler Jacob Arabo, who is also named in the suit. English alleges that she was paid $1,000 for what she describes as "forced sexual intercourse" with Arabo, and that this became a recurring expectation.

The claims do not stop there. English contends that she was sexually assaulted by multiple unnamed individuals within Diddy's circle. Her lawsuit also implicates Tamiko Thomas, whom she accuses of facilitating Diddy's alleged sex trafficking operation. According to English, Thomas played a role akin to that of Ghislaine Maxwell in Jeffrey Epstein's network, recruiting women under the guise of advancing their careers in the music industry but instead subjecting them to exploitation and threats.

These explosive allegations add to the ongoing legal challenges faced by Diddy, who has previously been entangled in other high-profile lawsuits. English's claims, if proven, could have severe implications for Combs and his extensive business empire.

In response to the lawsuit, Diddy's legal team remains resolute in defending his innocence. "We are prepared to fight these allegations vigorously," Davis stated. "Mr. Combs has always conducted his business with integrity and respect for others."

The legal battle is set to unfold in court, where both sides will present their evidence. As the case progresses, it is likely to attract significant media attention, given the high-profile nature of the parties involved and the serious nature of the allegations.

The accusations against Diddy also come at a time when the entertainment industry is under increased scrutiny for issues related to sexual misconduct and abuse of power. English's lawsuit highlights the ongoing challenges faced by victims seeking justice and the complexities of legal battles involving powerful and influential figures.