Diddy’s Ex Yung Miami Accused of Flying “Pink Cocaine” to Mogul in Lawsuit Add-On

Sean “Diddy” Combs’s ex-girlfriend Yung Miami is now being roped into his legal troubles, accused of transporting narcotics for him in additions filed Monday to Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones’ lawsuit against the rapper-mogul, according to updated court documents.

Caresha Romeka Brownlee, 30, is accused of transporting the drug referred to as “pink cocaine” for Combs in April, according to details added to the $30 million lawsuit Rodney Jones Jr., the music producer also known as Lil Rod, filed against Combs in February.

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In 25 pages added to Jones’ filing on Monday and obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, the suit claims the 54-year-old was partial toward the so-called “pink cocaine” or “2C-B” or “tuci.” The drug is classified as phenylethylamine 2C-B and is a combination of ecstasy and cocaine; Diddy was obtaining the drugs from Brendan Paul, Diddy’s accused drug mule, who was recently arrested. But when he forgot to bring the drugs, he went with Brownlee as a source, according to Jones’ additions to the suit.

XXL magazine was the first to report the additions to the suit on Thursday, which reference rehearsals, presumed to be ahead of the April 2023 Something in the Water Festival curated by Pharrell Williams, which took place in Virginia Beach. Diddy appeared alongside Pharrell onstage at the event.

“Plaintiff and the Combs Rico Enterprise were rehearsing for ‘Something in the Westival.” [sic] in Virginia,” the court filing reads, according to the outlet. “Plaintiff Jones personally witnessed Mr. Combs do a few lines of coke in his dressing room. Defendant Sean Combs wanted tuci but Brendan forgot it, so Defendant Kristina Khorram called Yung Miami. Who then brought it on the private jet from Miami.”

In the suit, the 37-year-old claims that the fashion and music industry mogul repeatedly sexually assaulted him during the time he was working on his latest album, from September until November 2022. Diddy allegedly groped his genitals and anus in attempts to groom him into having sex, he claims in the suit.

Jones was also forced to solicit sex workers and then made to perform sex acts with them, the suit claims, and he says in the documents that he was subjected to undesired sexual attention from actor Cuba Gooding Jr. and others. At one point he was drugged, he claims in the filing, saying that in February 2023 he woke up dazed and dizzy with Combs and two sex workers.

Diddy has denied the allegations in Lil Rod’s initial lawsuit. The Hollywood Reporter reached out to reps for Diddy and Brownlee, but did not immediately hear back on Thursday.

On Monday, agents raided Grammy winner Combs’ homes in Los Angeles, New York and Miami “as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami and our local law enforcement partners,” as a representative for Homeland Security Investigations New York said in a statement.

Combs’ attorney, Aaron Dyer, said Tuesday that the raids were based on multiple civil lawsuits filed against the rapper-mogul.

“This unprecedented ambush — paired with an advanced, coordinated media presence — leads to a premature rush to judgment of Mr. Combs and is nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits. There has been no finding of criminal or civil liability with any of these allegations. Mr. Combs is innocent and will continue to fight every single day to clear his name,” he said.

The complaint is now the fifth filed against the rapper since his former longtime partner and recording artist Cassie sued him in November for sexual assault, claiming he repeatedly raped and physically abused her for nearly a decade. The two later reached a settlement.

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