Published Jan 27, 2011P. Diddy has done a lot of terrible things over the years, from introducing the world to Mase to unleashing his Ibiza-minded soul group, Diddy Dirty Money, but a newly filed lawsuit aims to prove the man born Sean Combs is a much bigger monster than we ever could have imagined.
The National Post [via RadarOnline] reports that a woman named Valerie Joyce Wilson Turks recently filed a lawsuit against Diddy in Los Angeles Superior Court, making some serious accusations against the rapper, including date rape and neglecting to pay child support.
However, Turks's case is questionable, considering she also accuses Combs of knocking down the World Trade Center. Yes, you read that right. It wasn't a one-man job though. Turks claims Diddy destroyed the building with the help of his ex-girlfriend, Kim Porter, and, most surprisingly, police brutality victim Rodney King. Following that, they beat Turks and her children up, forcing the plaintiff to go on disability.
"[Diddy] went through Kim Porter and Rodney King and knocked down the WTC and then they all came and knocked my children down. Set me up to be on disability and disabled my baby. He put my baby in a wheelchair," the suit reads.
The suit also alleges that Combs and Turks used to date and that the hip-hopper sired her son, Cornelius Wilson. According to RadarOnline, she is asking for $900 billion in child support.
Interestingly, the suit is also asking for $100 billion for "loss of income," stemming from an incident in a casino where Turks's massive winnings were taken away from her by the rapper.
The statement continues :
Plus, I won a lot of money at the casino in Mississippi and Sean P. Diddy Combs has my chip to my money. I heard he gave it to Gwen Allen to hold but she can not cash it in. I want my chip please help me. it's well worth over 100 zillions of dollars, and my hospital keys. They put me and my baby in the hospital and broke my baby 2 legs and sexual assaulted my children and crushed us.
A court hearing for the outrageous case is set for next Monday (January 31).