A woman who accused singer Trey Songz of sexually assaulting her in a Miami nightclub has now implicated Diddy and the nightclub in question in a new $20 million lawsuit.

She accused Trey Songz of sexual assault from a 2018 incident. A woman named Jahuara Jeffries claims Trey sexually assaulted her inside E11EVEN nightclub after they partied together at Diddy’s New Year’s Eve party in Miami.

According to the report, Trey invited her and her friends to spend the night with him in a private area at the club. The woman accepted the offer and went. She then claimed Trey was already intoxicated but continued to drink more and then said at some point Trey began to penetrate her.

While Plaintiff was dancing on the couch, she noticed Defendant Songz standing on the floor next to her. She then felt fingers being inserted into her vagina, turned around, and saw Defendant Songz pulling his hand away from her bottom. Jeffries claims she was shocked, but her and her friends went back to Trey’s car. She claims Trey took his shirt off, she began recording him and then he grew upset over it. Things allegedly escalated, Trey got violent, then his driver got involved (the driver is also allegedly named in the suit). It ended with Trey and the driver throwing Jeffries out the car, berating her and throwing water in her face.

In addition to accusing Songz of assault, battery and false imprisonment, the lawsuit names also names Diddy and E11EVEN as defendants. Jeffries believes the club played in the situation, but she says Diddy, born Sean Combs, is responsible for getting Songz drunk. Jeffries is seeking compensation for “negligent infliction of emotional distress and resulting pain and suffering, disability” and mental anguish.


(Source: People, B.Scott)