Diddy paid Instagram model Jade Ramey ‘monthly stipend’ for sex work: lawsuit

Last Modified: 4th Apr

Sean “Diddy” Combs has been accused of paying Instagram model Jade Ramey a “monthly stipend” for sex work – according to a $30 million lawsuit filed by Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones.

The lawsuit also claimed that Bad Boy Records founder also “worked with” City Girls rapper Yung Miami and Daphne Joy as sex workers. It also alleged that the payments were issued by Robin Greenhill.

Jade Ramey (Source: Instagram)

The legal documents states, “Upon information and belief, Defendants Lucian Charles Grainge, in his capacity as CEO of UMG, authorized Motown Records and Universal Music Group to provide financial resources to Defendants Sean Combs and Love Records through wire transfers to Defendants Sean Combs and Love Records accountant Robin Greenhill.”

“Upon information and belief, Ms. Greenhill ensured the wiring, funds transfer, or cash payments to sex workers were completed,” it continued.

Greenhill has not responded to the accusations yet while Ramey has continued to post on her social media pages.

However, Yung Miami posted a cryptic video on her social media – where she danced and sang, “these hoes can’t f–k with me.”

Back in December 2022, Ramey and Diddy made headlines after they were spotted kissing – just days after announcing birth of daughter Love – whom he shares with Dana Tran.

Among the names dropped in this $30 million sex-trafficking lawsuit also includes Prince Harry. He is not a defendant and has not been accused of any criminal charges.

OnlyFans model Joy, who dated 50 Cent for a year in 2011 and welcomed their son Sire together, was also named in the lawsuit.

50 cent, Joy with son (Source: Instagram)

50 Cent, 48, took to social media to mock the adult content creator.

“I didn’t know you were a sex worker, you little sex worker. LOL. Yo, this s–t is a movie,” he wrote.

Joy, on the other hand, has turned to her faith.

“Thank you God for your love,” she wrote as she is going through a “difficult time.”

Rapper Diddy’s accumulated lawsuits include alleged gang rape, sex trafficking, among others.

Diddy, 54, has denied all accusations while his attorney Aaron Dyer called the raid a “witch hunt” adding that the Homeland security forces showed excessive force.

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