A $25 million dollar lawsuit against Sean "P.Diddy" Combs was tossed out of Manhattan federal court, after the judge ruled the civil racketeering lawsuit had a "limitless number of deficiencies."
Kirk Burrowes,a former President of Bad Boy filed the lawsuit, alleging that Combs set
up a network of thugs known as "The Enterprise" that dealt in extortion, violence and murder.
"It would take me far more time than any judge has to describe all the deficiencies in this complaint," Judge Jed Rakoff said to the courtroom.
Burrowes alleged that Combs threatened him with a baseball bat in 1996, forced him to sign over his 25 % interest in Bad Boy Records, sabotaged his management deal with Mary J. Blige and orchestrated the murders of "Big Jake" Robles, a Suge Knight affiliated
Mob Piru Blood gang member and later rap star Tupac Shakur.
Burrowes claimed Anthony "Wolf" Jones, a former bodyguard for Combs, gunned down Robles in Atlanta in 1995. Furthermore, he alleged that Combs hired the triggerman who shot Shakur in 1996.
Jones, who was acquitted of bribery and gun possession charges along with Combs in 1999, was gunned down last week outside of an Atlanta, Georgia nightclub. Combs attended
his funeral in Atlanta earlier this week, which police interrupted.
"A man in the crowd recognized a man who shot his brother and called police," a source told AllHipHop.com. "The cops couldn't wait until after the services. The people attending were very upset."
Burrowes vowed to appeal the decision in the New York State Courts.