Vocalist Cassie and rap head honcho Sean Combs have arrived at a settlement “amicably” a day after she documented a claim blaming him for assault and physical abuse, US media detailed late Friday.
The R&B vocalist, whose genuine name is Casandra Ventura, said in a suit recorded Thursday that hip-jump craftsman Brushes exposed her to over 10 years of pressure by actual power and medications as well as a 2018 rape.
A legal counselor for Combs, otherwise called both Puff Daddy or Diddy, has denied the charges.
The gatherings said Friday night that they had consented to determine the case, yet didn’t unveil the settlement terms, The New York Times and different US media detailed.
“I have chosen to determine this matter genially on conditions that I have some degree of control,” Ventura said in an explanation distributed by US media.
“I need to thank my family, fans and legal advisors for their faithful help,” she added.
In a different explanation likewise conveyed by US media, Brushes said: “We have chosen to genially determine this matter. I want Cassie and her family to enjoy all that life has to offer. Love.”
As per Ventura’s claim, documented in government court in Manhattan, she met Combs in 2005, when she was 19 and he was 37.
He marked her to his name, Bad Boy Records, with her hits including tracks like “Me and U.”
They likewise started a romantic relationship.
Court reports called Combs a savage man, relating upsetting scenes of his eruptions, including constraining Ventura to participate in sex acts with male sex laborers, which she claims Brushes recorded.
The grievance expressed that in 2018 Combs and Ventura ate, after which he constrained his direction into her condo and assaulted her.
In a previous explanation to AFP, Combs’ legal advisor Ben Brafman “energetically” denied the charges, referring to them as “hostile and silly.”
Combs blamed Ventura for coercion, saying her point was to “tarnish” his standing and gain a payout.