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Diddy’s Ex Yung Miami Accused In A “Pink Cocaine” Lawsuit

Sean “Diddy” Combs’ former girlfriend, Yung Miami, is now embroiled in his legal woes, facing accusations of transporting narcotics for him. These allegations surfaced in additional filings to Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones’ lawsuit against the rapper-mogul, as detailed in updated court documents.

Caresha Romeka Brownlee, aged 30, is implicated in transporting a substance known as “pink cocaine” for Combs in April, according to the new details added to the lawsuit filed by Rodney Jones Jr., also known as Lil Rod, against Combs for $30 million in February.

In a 25-page supplement to Jones’ filing, it’s claimed that Combs had a preference for “pink cocaine” or “2C-B” or “tuci,” a substance classified as phenylethylamine 2C-B, which combines ecstasy and cocaine. Combs allegedly sourced these drugs from Brendan Paul, his alleged drug courier, who was recently apprehended. However, when Paul failed to deliver the drugs, Brownlee was contacted as an alternative source, as per Jones’ additions to the suit.

Initial reports about the lawsuit updates were made by XXL magazine, which referenced rehearsals likely preceding the April 2023 Something in the Water Festival, curated by Pharrell Williams in Virginia Beach, where Combs performed alongside Pharrell.

According to court filings cited by media outlets, during rehearsals for the festival, Jones purportedly witnessed Combs consuming cocaine in his dressing room. When the preferred substance was unavailable, Kristina Khorram, reportedly reached out to Yung Miami, who then transported it on a private jet from Miami.

In the lawsuit, the 37-year-old Jones alleges that Combs repeatedly sexually assaulted him while he was working on his latest album from September to November 2022. Allegations include unwanted touching and sexual advances.

Jones also claims in the documents that he was coerced into engaging with sex workers, and experienced unwanted sexual attention from actor Cuba Gooding Jr. and others. He alleges being drugged and waking up disoriented with Combs and two sex workers in February 2023.

Diddy has refuted the claims made in Lil Rod’s initial lawsuit. Representatives for Diddy and Brownlee did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Recently, authorities raided Combs’ residences in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from Homeland Security Investigations. Combs’ attorney, Aaron Dyer, characterized the raids as premature and part of a media-fueled “witch hunt” based on baseless allegations from civil lawsuits.

The complaint marks the fifth legal action against Combs since his former partner, Cassie, sued him in November, alleging sexual assault and physical abuse spanning nearly a decade.

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