Diddy, the founder of Bad Boy Records, is facing a growing series of legal challenges involving allegations of sexual assault, abuse, and other misconduct. Recently, April Lampros, a former student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, filed a new lawsuit claiming that Diddy sexually assaulted her multiple times between 1995 and 1998.

The lawsuit describes four instances of sexual encounters and notes that his genitalia appeared “adolescent” in both length and width by the time their relationship ended. This lawsuit marks the seventh filed against Diddy since November, further damaging his already tarnished reputation.

These allegations are part of a broader pattern of reported sexual misconduct and abuse by Diddy, involving several former partners and employees. The claims have prompted a federal sex trafficking investigation, which led to surprise raids on Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami. The investigation is ongoing.

Diddy has denied all accusations of sexual misconduct, including recent claims by his ex-girlfriend Cassie.  Despite his denials, the cumulative impact of these allegations has significantly harmed his reputation, likely irreparably.