Diddy's Former Collaborator Reportedly Making Documentary About Legal Drama

By Tony M. Centeno

April 5, 2024

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Diddy's legal drama has numerous filmmakers interested in documenting the case for a variety of streamers and networks.

According to a report TMZ published on Thursday, April 4, multiple producers from at least five production companies from Hollywood, Calif. all the way to the UK who are currently working on documentaries based on the Bad Boy founder's mounting legal issues. They apparently plan to cover everything from his civil lawsuits to the Department of Homeland Security's investigation into the several sex trafficking allegations. The respective productions went into high-gear immediately after federal agents raided his two homes in L.A. and Miami last week.

One of the production companies that are working on a doc about Diddy is ABC News Studios for Hulu. For the unfamiliar, Hulu and Diddy were working on a reality show based on his family's life called "Diddy +7." The series, which was being produced by James Corden’s production company Fulwell 73, had already begun shooting by the time Diddy's ex Cassandra Ventura filed her bombshell sexual assault lawsuit back in November. Hulu pulled the plug on the show after three more lawsuits were filed against the music mogul.

Meanwhile, the investigation into Diddy's alleged sex abuse has reportedly received cooperation from witnesses like Cassie and other women. His most recent accuser Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones recently told TMZ he hasn't been contacted by the feds yet, but he's more than willing to act as a witness. Jones recently filed a massive $30 million lawsuit in which he accused Diddy of sexually assaulting him during the making of his last album. Following the raids on his home, Jones amended his lawsuit to include 25 new pages in which he accused Yung Miami, the mother of 50 Cent's son Daphne Joy and Internet model Jade Ramey of receiving a "monthly stipend" of $250,000 for being Diddy's sex workers.

Despite all the civil lawsuits and Homeland Security's investigation, Diddy has yet to be charged with any crimes. He previously denied all the allegations.

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