, author: Ermakova M.

Hulu cancels Sean "Diddy" Combs' reality show amid rape allegations

The project was supposed to be built around the musician’s family life.

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The reality show about rapper and famous 2000s producer Sean “Diddy” Combs and his household has been cancelled. The streaming service Hulu and the production company Fulwell 73 decided to close the project without bringing it to its logical conclusion. And all because of four lawsuits filed in November. In them, Combs is accused of rape, including of a minor.

In particular, the latest complaint was received by a New York federal court from a woman who refused to give her name. She claims she was assaulted by musician and former Bad Boy Entertainment president Harvey Pierre in 2003, when she was 17 years old.

It should be noted that recently the New York court has not had time to consider lawsuits against male celebrities alleging inappropriate behavior. Recently included on this list were actors Jamie Foxx and Cuba Gooding Jr., as well as musician Axl Rose.