In a second complaint, Sean 'Diddy' Combs is accused of sexually assaulting a college student in 1991.

Sean "Diddy" Combs is facing legal issues once more after being included in a second complaint that claims he drugged and sexually assaulted a college student in 1991.

According to court documents obtained by USA TODAY, the woman, Joi Dickerson-Neal, filed her complaint in Manhattan Supreme Court on Thursday, 

 one day before the New York State Adult Survivors Act expired. She claims she was drugged, sexually assaulted and abused, and the victim of "revenge porn."

Combs, according to the lawsuit, recorded the attack in January 1991 on camera and shared the footage with other musicians.

 According to Dickerson-Neal's lawyer Jonathan Goldhirsch, this resulted in "severe harm to Ms. Dickerson-Neal's reputation, career prospects, and emotional well-being." 

The news release was forwarded to USA TODAY on Thursday.

The lawsuit also names Combs Enterprises, Bad Boy Entertainment, and Bad Boy Records as defendants. Dickerson insists on a jury trial.

The most recent charges against Combs date back to a moment when the now-billionaire was only starting to achieve notoriety. 

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