Cassie & Others Enraged After Diddy Goes On Vacation Amid Legal Drama

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Cassie and other women who've come forward with their harrowing stories about Sean "Diddy" Combs aren't happy that the disgraced artist is living his best life while he's under federal investigation.

In a statement her attorney issued to TMZ on Tuesday, July 9, Cassandra "Cassie" Ventura reacted to the trove of photos and videos that show Diddy enjoying his vacation while the Department of Homeland Security conducts its investigation into alleged sex trafficking and other crimes.

"I don't think white water rafting will prepare him for the choppy waters that lie ahead," Cassie's lawyer Douglas Wigdor told the outlet.

At the top of July, photos and videos of Diddy white water rafting during a weekend getaway at Jackson Hole in Wyoming hit the Internet, and he looked like he had a great time. He later returned to Instagram with a Story post that showed him chatting with his pilot at an airport before he boarded his private jet. It was the first post he made after he wiped his Instagram page clean. His travel plans indicate that he's not worried about the legal drama that looms over his head.

"After seeing Defendant Combs white water rafting and jetting around on his personal plane, seemingly enjoying life despite all the atrocities he has caused and has been accused of by countless individuals over decades, Mrs. English is even more motivated to ensure justice prevails," said Adria English's lawyer Ariel Mitchell-Kidd. "Mrs. English and all the other Plaintiffs who have filed lawsuits throughout the country against Defendant Combs are individuals with limited resources fighting for just after being marginalized, abused and exploited by a billionaire."

English is the latest alleged victim to file a lawsuit against Diddy. She claims he passed her off to his famous friends and forced her to have sex with them for money. The former porn star is suing him over the emotional damages he allegedly caused for an undisclosed amount. Diddy's lawyer denied the allegations and asserted he "never sexually assaulted or sex trafficked anyone."

Diddy has yet to be charged with a crime, but that could change soon enough. A grand jury in New York City is reportedly hearing evidence that might lead to a possible criminal indictment. Cassie and other past accusers are cooperating with authorities and may offer their testimonies. It's only a matter of time before Diddy learns his fate.

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