Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Son Faces Legal Action For Alleged Physical Assault

The son of infamous rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs was recently accused in a lawsuit of mistreating a steward he allegedly drugged, groped and demanded intimacy with while she worked on a boat he was on in 2022.

In the lawsuit, plaintiffs alleged that Christian “King” Combs, 26, physically mistreated her on a yacht owned by his father around Dec. 28, 2022, according to court documents obtained by the New York Post.

Plaintiff Grace O’Marcaigh is also seeking legal action against Diddy for allegedly helping his son in the alleged situation.

O’Marcaigh, who was 25 years old at the time of the incident, claimed that Christian mistreated her as she worked on the vessel, serving dinner and drinks to guests for 12 hours. She said the job was portrayed as being “a wholesome family excursion,” but later transformed into an extreme party scene, with guests using many drugs.

The plaintiff said that Christian seemed “heavily intoxicated” when he approached her and pressured her to drink alcohol with him.

Shortly after taking a shot of tequila, O’Marcaigh said she “quickly suspected” that her drink was intoxicated, according to the lawsuit. Moments later, Christian allegedly began groping her.

Court documents reportedly pointed out the existence of audio showing O’Marcaigh refusing Christian’s advances and demanding he stop touching her.

“Excuse me, you don’t touch my legs like that. I’ll move my legs where I want to,” the 25-year-old stewardess reportedly said. “If I want to do this, then I will. You don’t touch my legs like that.”

In response, Christian reportedly said, “Listen, you and everybody in the crew, it’s great.”

During the exchange, O’Marcaigh told Christian to remove his hands from her body. She later resumed her duties until the then-25-year-old approached her again and continued groping her.

In the lawsuit, she recounted that the yacht’s captain didn’t believe her story when she shared it the following day. Months later, she was fired from the post.

The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, according to O’Marcaigh attorney.

In a statement to Fox News, Sean and Christian’s lawyers said, “We have not seen this woman’s claim, but I’m sure we can expect the same kind of manufactured lies we’ve come to expect from [O’Marcaigh lawyer] Tyrone Blackburn and his clients, just as we saw in Rodney Jones’ lawsuit — which has yet to be served.”