Diddy filmed alleged "freak-offs" with male escorts in room with Cassie Ventura, rapper's ex-bodyguard claims

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Sean Diddy Combs's ex-bodyguard recently claimed that the rapper held "freak offs" with former girlfriend Cassie Ventura by inviting male escorts to their room. Ventura had accused Combs of the same in her November 2023 lawsuit.

In a recent interview with VladTV, Sean's former bodyguard, Roger Bonds, shared his thoughts about Ventura's accusation. Bonds mentioned that while he was not involved in these alleged "freak-offs" at any given time, he knew that Diddy's assistants were instructed to keep a camera bag ready at all times.

Bonds alleged that the camera was used to shoot the freak-offs, and the rapper once got angry when one of his assistants lost one of the tapes. Roger Bonds specifically recalled one alleged incident from when he was working for Diddy.

He explained that it was his off day, and the rapper was hurrying him to leave the hotel where they were staying. While going down in the elevator, Bonds' suspicions were allegedly confirmed as he saw a likely male escort going upstairs.

"I stayed on the elevator and the elevator stopped on Puff's floor. He just walked straight to Puff's door," Bonds claimed.

Bonds further claimed that he bought sex toys for Diddy, and the rapper liked "big black d**ks."

"So when I read the lawsuit, I kind of had to go back and think to myself, 'Damn, was that big black c**k for her or was it for him?,'" he claimed.
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Bonds further claimed that he has also seen other men spending time with Diddy and Ventura on various occasions. The bodyguard alleged that the men he saw were the male escorts Ventura referred to in her lawsuit. However, he mentioned that he had not seen anything that took place behind closed doors.


What did Cassie Ventura's November 2023 lawsuit accuse Diddy of?

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Diddy's former girlfriend, Cassie Ventura, filed a lawsuit against the rapper on November 2023, accusing him of rape, physical abuse, and assault. The two reportedly dated between 2007 and 2018. In her lawsuit, Ventura claimed that she was stuck in a decade-long “cycle of abuse, violence, and sex trafficking" while being in a relationship with Combs.

In her official complaint obtained by PEOPLE, Cassie mentioned that she met Diddy in 2005. At that time, she was 19, and he was 37, and the rapper allegedly took “complete control” over her, "thereby ensuring her inability to escape his hold."

Ventura claimed that Combs forced her to begin dating him in 2007, and she did so in fear of retaliation. She alleged that the rapper frequently physically abused her by "beating her savagely" and gave her “copious amounts of drugs.”

The singer alleged that she was forced to remain in hiding in her hotel for long periods and eventually “began to blindly follow his instructions out of fear of again being on the receiving end of a vicious beating.”

Cassie Ventura alleged in her lawsuit that Diddy forced her to participate in alleged freak-offs, where the rapper forced her to perform sexual acts with male escorts. The rapper would allegedly film the same. The singer also claimed that these "freak-offs" always involved drug usage, such as cocaine, marijuana, GHB, and ketamine.

In 2018, Ventura reportedly broke up with Combs. However, after she wanted to call off the relationship, Combs allegedly broke into her room and raped her, as per the singer's claims in her lawsuit.

“Ms. Ventura has now fully escaped Mr. Combs, but the harm that the assaults and sexual abuse he caused her to experience for nearly a decade will forever haunt her. She has required intensive medical and psychological care to recover from the trauma she lived through,” the lawsuit mentioned.

A day after Ventura filed the lawsuit, she settled the matter out of court with Diddy, with terms that guaranteed "mutual satisfaction." Following her settlement, Ventura mentioned in her statement:

“I have decided to resolve this matter amicably on terms that I have some level of control. I want to thank my family, fans and lawyers for their unwavering support.”

In May 2024, CNN exclusively released alleged video footage from March 2016, which showed Combs physically assaulting Cassie Ventura in the lobby of a hotel.

Sean Combs took to Instagram to take "full responsibility" for his actions in the video days after it came to light and apologized to his followers.


Edited by Shreya Das
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