Diddy & Cassie Under NDA Restriction Preventing Public Discussion

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Diddy & Cassie Under NDA Restriction Preventing Public Discussion

Diddy and his former girlfriend Cassie are reportedly restricted from discussing each other publicly due to a stringent non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

According to TMZ on Monday (May 20), Diddy’s recent omission of Cassie’s name in an apology video is attributed to this NDA, which legally binds both parties from publicly mentioning one another.


In the apology video released last weekend (May 19), Diddy accepted full responsibility for a severe assault on Cassie in 2016, captured on surveillance footage and obtained by CNN on Friday (May 17). Despite reflecting on his reprehensible behavior, Diddy did not name Cassie, adhering to the NDA’s terms that prohibit any public mention of each other, even in an apologetic context.

The NDA arose from a settlement in a lawsuit Cassie filed against Diddy in 2023, accusing him of rape and other violent acts. Cassie also recounted the 2016 hotel incident captured on video.

Before the recorded attack, Diddy allegedly coerced Cassie into participating in sexual encounters with male prostitutes, referred to as a “freak off.” During the incident, a drunken Diddy gave Cassie a black eye. As she attempted to leave while he slept, Diddy chased her into the hallway, assaulting her by kicking, dragging her, and throwing a glass vase at her. The video, circulated online for the past five days, was reportedly in Diddy’s possession after he paid the hotel $50,000 for the footage.


Cassie and Diddy settled her lawsuit a day after it was filed in November. However, Diddy still faces at least four other lawsuits. Shortly after Cassie’s lawsuit became public in late 2023, another woman accused Diddy of drugging and sexually assaulting her during her college years. A second woman, Jane Doe, alleged that Diddy and R&B singer Aaron Hall sexually assaulted her when she was 17 in 1991.

A third woman claimed Diddy, former Bad Boy president Harve Pierre, and another unidentified man trafficked her across state lines as a high school student and raped her in a Manhattan recording studio in 2003. Additionally, producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones sued Diddy, alleging sexual assault, harassment, and unpaid work on Diddy’s “The Love Album: Off the Grid.”

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