Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Ex Gina Huynh Once Claimed He Stomped On Her Stomach And Dragged Her By Her Hair

Sean “Diddy” Combs’ ex, Gina Huynh, once claimed that the rapper stomped on her stomach and hit her in the head during their five-year relationship.

Huynh, nicknamed Virginia V, made the allegations in a 2019 interview that resurfaced in light of Ca*sie’s explosive lawsuit against Diddy.

“He stomped on my stomach really hard – he took my breath away,” Huynh told controversial blogger Tasha K at the time.

“I couldn’t breathe. He kept hitting me. I begged him: “Can you stop? I can not breathe.’

Huynh, 31, claimed the “I’ll Be Missing You” rapper, 54, then grabbed her by the hair and “punched” her in the back of the head.

Eventually, she started fighting back because she had “had enough of his bullshit.”

Huynh’s relationship with Diddy began when he was on and off with Ca*sie, 37, whose full name is Casandra Ventura.

In a resurfaced 2019 interview, the model claimed Diddy “stomped” on her stomach and punched her multiple times.
She also alleged that Diddy offered her $5,000 to abort their baby.

“He abused me mentally, emotionally and physically. He would always compare me to Ca*sie and tell me I’m the bad one, she’s the good one,” she recalled, adding that “everyone” around Diddy “allowed” the alleged abuse to happen.

Elsewhere in the three-part interview, the influencer claimed the Sean John founder paid her $5,000 to abort their baby when she became pregnant.

“I turned [the money] because I loved him. I wanted…I was trying to prove it,” she shared.

“He was mentally, emotionally and physically abusive to me,” she told blogger Tasha K.

“I wasn’t the type to want it for money. I just cared about him. I just wanted him to be nice to me. That’s it.”

Representatives for Diddy did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.

Ca*sie sued Diddy in New York federal court on Thursday, claiming the music executive subjected her to s****l and physical abuse, including forcing her to have s*x with male prostitutes while he watched .

The influencer claimed everyone around Diddy “allowed” the alleged abuse to continue.
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The “Me & U” singer claimed in her complaint that Diddy “was prone to uncontrollable rage and frequently hit.” [her] savagely.”

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Diddy’s lawyer, Ben Brafman, denied the accusations in a statement to Page Six, saying Ca*sie demanded money from the Bad Boy Records founder.

“Mr. Combs vehemently denies these offensive and outrageous allegations,” the lawyer said. “For the past six months, Mr. Combs has been subjected to Ms. Ventura’s persistent demand for $30 million, under threat to write a damaging book about their relationship, which was unequivocally dismissed as blatant blackmail.

Diddy’s ex Ca*sie sued the mogul in New York federal court, claiming he s****lly and physically abused her throughout their 10-year relationship.
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“Even though she has withdrawn her initial threat, Ms. Ventura is now resorting to a lawsuit riddled with baseless and outrageous lies, in an attempt to tarnish Mr. Combs’ reputation and obtain payback.”

Ca*sie’s lawyer, Douglas Wigdor, responded by explaining that the model and Diddy had spoken before she filed the lawsuit — and that the “Last Night” musician allegedly offered her a substantial amount of money to keep her silent.

“Mr. Combs offered Ms. Ventura eight figures to silence her and prevent this complaint from being filed,” Wigdor said. “She rejected his efforts.”

“Mr. Combs vehemently denies these offensive and outrageous allegations,” the rapper’s attorney said in a statement to Page Six.
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Diddy is now reportedly the subject of a police investigation by the New York Police Department.

Ca*sie and Diddy dated for a decade, but called it quits for good in 2018. She has since been married to fitness trainer Alex Fine, with whom she shares two daughters.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-330-0226.

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