Hip Hop mogul Diddy has stated that because he declined to offer his ex-girlfriend Cassie $30 million, she is attempting to extort him through her rape and abuse case.

All of the accusations are refuted by the rapper, whose real name is Sean Combs, who has vowed to fight them in court.

Before splitting up in 2018, Cassie, whose real name is Cassandra Ventura, dated Combs, 54, for ten years.

In her lawsuit, she alleges that he assaulted her in September 2018 after she attempted to end their relationship and that he was physically and psychologically abusive over their whole relationship.

Her lawsuit goes into great detail about how, during their romance, he reportedly drugged her, threatened her, and made her have sex with male sex workers in front of him.

He blew up Kid Cudi’s car in his driveway, she says, after finding out they were chatting. Combs disputes the claims.

“Mr. Combs vehemently denies these offensive and outrageous allegations,” his attorneys said in a statement.

‘For the past six months, Mr. Combs has been subjected to Ms. Ventura’s persistent demand of $30 million, under the threat of writing a damaging book about their relationship, which was unequivocally rejected as blatant blackmail.

‘Despite withdrawing her initial threat, Ms. Ventura has now resorted to filing a lawsuit riddled with baseless and outrageous lies, aiming to tarnish Mr. Combs’s reputation and seeking a payday.’

TMZ yesterday reported that the NYPD was investigating Combs for alleged sexual assault.

A spokesman for the force however told DailyMail.com today that there is no such investigation.

Cassie’s attorneys declined to comment on the criminal investigation. Her attorneys tell DailyMail.com that he offered her millions to silence her.

‘Mr. Combs offered Ms. Ventura eight figures to silence her and prevent the filing of this lawsuit.

‘She rejected his efforts and decided to give a voice to all woman who suffer in silence. Ms. Ventura should be applauded for her bravery.’

According to the lawsuit, she needed extensive medical and mental health treatment to get well from the “trauma she lived through.”

She wants an undisclosed amount of damages. The Adult Survivors Act, a New York statute that permits persons to file claims even after the statute of limitations has passed, provides the legal basis for the action.

‘With the expiration of New York’s Adult Survivors Act fast approaching, it became evident that this was an opportunity to speak out about the trauma I have endured and that I will be recuperating from for the rest of my life,’ the lawsuit stated.