A woman, feeling a “moral obligation to speak up” amid abuse allegations against Sean “Diddy” Combs, has sued the hip-hop mogul, accusing him of drugging and sexually assaulting her over 20 years ago.

Crystal McKinney alleged in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in New York City that she was attacked at Combs’ New York studio in 2003.

Combs faces a series of lawsuits accusing him of sexual and physical abuse, gang rape, and other serious illegal activities. McKinney filed her suit days after a video of Combs beating his ex-girlfriend Cassie in 2016 was made public.

Representatives for Combs, 54, did not immediately respond to requests for comment Tuesday.

Combs uploaded an apology to social media over the weekend, calling his behavior “inexcusable” and citing therapy and rehab as steps taken afterward to become “a better man.” He has denied all abuse allegations and vowed to clear his name.

McKinney, then a 22-year-old model, met Combs at a Men’s Fashion Week event, where he promised to help her career. She claims in the lawsuit that Combs laced a marijuana joint with a narcotic at his studio, pressured her to smoke and drink, and then led her to the bathroom where he forced her to perform a sex act.

Afterward, McKinney alleges she passed out in the studio, woke up in a taxi, and realized she had been sexually assaulted. She kept the clothes from that night as evidence. McKinney believes Combs “blackballed” her, leading to a decline in her modeling opportunities and causing severe depression.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for pain and suffering, as well as punitive damages. It names Combs, Bad Boy Records, Bad Boy Entertainment, Sean John Clothing, and Universal Music Group as defendants. Universal Music Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Model Accuses Diddy of Drugging and Assault in New Lawsuit
Diddy was recently under fire for his apology video in response to the leaked footage of him assaulting his former girlfriend, Cassie Ventura

McKinney’s lawsuit is the seventh against Combs in recent months. Ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura sued Combs in November for rape and abuse, reaching a settlement the next day.

Combs is also under federal investigation. Agents searched his properties in Los Angeles and Miami, finding firearms. Combs’ attorney, Aaron Dyer, said Combs cooperated with authorities and denied any findings of liability. Dyer described the searches as an ambush based on “meritless accusations.”

“There has been no finding of criminal or civil liability with any of these allegations,” Dyer said. “Mr. Combs is innocent and will continue to fight every single day to clear his name.”