Diddy’s attorney, Jonathan Davis, has issued a statement in response to recent allegations in a Rolling Stone investigation. The report claims Diddy assaulted his college girlfriend while attending Howard University, a charge his legal team disputes.

In his statement to Rolling Stone, Davis emphasized that Diddy cannot comment on settled or pending litigation, nor on every allegation reported by the press, regardless of the source’s reliability. Davis expressed confidence that the proper authorities are conducting a thorough investigation and that significant issues will be addressed in the appropriate forum, where facts can be distinguished from fiction.

The Rolling Stone investigation features accounts from multiple sources, including a friend of Diddy’s college girlfriend. According to this source, Diddy allegedly appeared at the girlfriend’s dorm in a belligerent state, “screamed and hollered” until she came downstairs, and then used a belt to hit her “all over the place” while “screaming at the top of his lungs.” Other Howard alumni have also spoken out, with one stating they are not surprised by Diddy’s legacy ending in “disgrace,” suggesting a history of seeking power over others.

This investigation by Rolling Stone follows a CNN report that included security footage from 2016 showing Diddy assaulting Cassie, for which he has apologized while denying other allegations.