Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Allegedly Paid Instagram Model Jade Ramey ‘Monthly Stipend’ For Sex Work : Lawsuit

Sean “Diddy” Combs allegedly paid Instagram model Jade Ramey a “monthly stipend” for sex work, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones’ amended $30 million lawsuit claims.

The lawsuit, obtained by Page Six, claims the Bad Boy Records founder also employed City Girls rapper Yung Miami and Daphne Joy as sex workers and alleges that a female accountant named Robin Greenhill issued the payments.

“Upon information and belief, Defendants Lucian Charles Grainge, in his capacity as CEO of UMG, authorized Motown Records and Universal Music Group to provide financial resources to Defendants Sean Combs and Love Records through wire transfers to Defendants Sean Combs and Love Records accountant Robin Greenhill,” the lawsuit reads.

“Upon information and belief, Ms. Greenhill ensured the wiring, funds transfer, or cash payments to sex workers were completed.”

Reps for Ramey, Yung Miami didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment. Greenhill also did not return our request for comment.

While she hasn’t directly address Jones’ claims, Ramey has continued to post regularly to her Instagram Stories. Yung Miami, meanwhile, posted a cryptic video Wednesday dancing while singing lyrics, “these hoes can’t f–k with me.”

Ramey first made headlines with Combs, 54, when the pair were spotted kissing in December 2022 just days after the father of seven announced the birth of his daughter Love, whom he shares with Dana Tran.

Joy, meanwhile, faced mockery from her ex 50 Cent who reacted on Instagram to her name being included in the lawsuit.

“I didn’t know you was a sex worker, you little sex worker.LOL,” 50 Cent, 48, wrote on Instagram Wednesday alongside two photos of himself smoking a cigar in the rain. “Yo this s–t is a movie.”

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