Cassie says she was left broken by Diddy’s violence

The music industry has been rocked by allegations of domestic violence and abuse, with singer Cassie speaking out about her experience with rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs. In a recent statement posted on Instagram, Cassie, whose full name is Casandra Ventura, opened up about the impact of domestic violence on her life.

The video of the attack in 2016, which was released last week by CNN, shed light on the abuse Cassie suffered at the hands of her ex-boyfriend and producer. Diddy, who has since apologized for his actions, expressed his disgust in an Instagram video, acknowledging the harm he caused.

In her heartfelt statement, Cassie thanked her friends, family, and the public for their support during this difficult time. She emphasized the importance of believing victims of domestic violence and called for a change in societal attitudes towards survivors. Cassie’s strength and resilience in speaking out about her experience serve as a powerful reminder of the long-lasting effects of abuse.

Despite settling a lawsuit against Diddy last November for an undisclosed sum, Cassie continues to navigate the healing process and work towards recovery. The outpouring of love and support from her community has been instrumental in her healing journey.

However, the saga continues, as a model recently accused Diddy of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2003, adding to a growing list of allegations against the prominent rapper and businessman. With federal authorities conducting investigations into human trafficking at his homes, the scrutiny surrounding Diddy’s behavior only intensifies.

As the music industry grapples with these troubling revelations, it is crucial for the industry to address issues of abuse and hold perpetrators accountable for their actions. The brave individuals who come forward with their stories, like Cassie and Crystal McKinney, shed light on the pervasive nature of abuse and serve as catalysts for change. It is imperative for society to listen to and support survivors, while also demanding justice and accountability from those who have committed harm.

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