Stevie J. Brands New Diddy Suit “Bogus” As Adult Film Star Claims He’s The Man Pictured In Docs

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An adult film star has come forward claiming he is the man wrongly identified as Stevie J. in the lawsuit filed by Diddy’s former employee.  

Stevie J. has responded after being named in a lawsuit accusing Diddy of sexual harassment and assault. 

A former employee of the Hip-Hop mogul, Lil Rod (born Rodney Jones) filed a $30 million lawsuit claiming Diddy would walk around naked and would g#### his genitals and touch his a###.  

He further claims that he was forced to watch a video of Stevie J. having sex with another man. Lil Rod included screencaps allegedly taken from the video in his legal filing.  

On Monday (February 26), Stevie J. responded to the allegations via social media. “This lawsuit is bogus!” he wrote on Instagram. He also posted a trio of clown emojis in the comment section of a report on the filing. 

In addition, an adult film star has come forward claiming to be the man in the screencaps in Lil Rod’s suit after the images surfaced online.  

A user who goes by the name @knockoutd33 on X (formerly Twitter) responded to a post featuring the image. “That’s me smh,” he replied.  

He also responded to another post and insisted it was him and not Stevie J. in the video. “This is not him it’s me yall really be trying it,” he added. 

“Yes I was at diddys party now what ?” he wrote.

Diddy’s legal team has vehemently denied the accusations. They branded Lil Rob a “liar” and claimed the suit was a money grab and an attempt to exploit the Bad Boy Records boss for financial gain.  

“We have overwhelming, indisputable proof that his claims are complete lies,” Diddy’s lawyer Shawn Holley told TMZ. “Our attempts to share this proof with Mr. Jones’ attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, have been ignored, as Mr. Blackburn refuses to return our calls. We will address these outlandish allegations in court and take all appropriate action against those who make them.”