Netflix Buys 50 Cent’s Documentary on Diddy Sexual Assault Allegations

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, the renowned rapper and entrepreneur, is expanding his media empire with a documentary series regarding the sexual assault allegations against Sean “Diddy” Combs.


G-Unit Film & Television, 50 Cent’s production business, said that Netflix won the rights following a bidding war among streaming services. 50 Cent has been hyping the project since last year. The docuseries will investigate the allegations against Diddy.


“If more victims come forward,” 50 Cent stated, “I’ll need more episodes.” The charges against Diddy have escalated in recent months. Over the last six months, at least four women have accused him of rape, abuse, and sex trafficking. Diddy has refuted all charges.


His ex-girlfriend, R&B singer Casandra Ventura, made the initial complaint in November. The lawsuit was resolved for an undisclosed amount the following day. Sean “Diddy” Combs’ lawyer described the charges as “offensive” and accused Ventura of seeking financial advantage.


However, CNN released a video last week showing Diddy pushing, kicking, and pulling Ventura by her hair in a hotel hallway in 2016.


Diddy later apologized for his “disgusting” behaviour in a video message. Three other claims were filed, all of which Diddy denied. Two claim he drugged the plaintiffs. In February, music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed a $30 million lawsuit against Diddy, accusing him of sexual harassment, drugging partygoers, and operating a “sex-trafficking venture.”


In March, it was reported that Diddy owed roughly $100 million for luxurious mansions in Los Angeles and Miami. The revelation came after Homeland Security raids that were allegedly tied to a sex trafficking probe.


According to reports, Diddy owes $100 million on his real estate portfolio. In March, he sold his remaining shares in Revolt TV, a music-focused cable network, amid ongoing investigations and allegations. He stepped down as chairman in 2023. The acquirer of Revolt TV remains secret, but the current leadership will continue in place.

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