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Sean Combs’ ex-girlfriend Yung Miami is accused of transporting drugs for the embattled music producer. In an additional 25 pages amended to his lawsuit, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. alleged that the City Girls rapper transported “pink coqane,” for Combs.

Pink coqane is a combination of xstasy and coqane called tuci.

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Another Combs associate, 25-year-old Brenden Paul, was arrested in Miami and charged with cocaine possession on Monday. Paul was released on $5,000 bond.

In his amended complaint, Jones claimed that both Paul and Yung Miami transported drugs for Combs.

“Plaintiff Jones personally witnessed Mr. Combs do a few lines of coque in his dressing room. Defendant Sean Combs wanted tuci but Brendan forgot it, so Defendant Kristina Khorram called Yung Miami, who then brought it on the private jet from Miami.”

Yung Miami, real name Caresha Romeka Brownlee, 30, distanced herself from Combs after the first lawsuit was filed by his ex Cassie Ventura on Nov. 16, 2023. The lawsuit was quickly settled the next day.

Legal experts saw problems for Combs related to the quick settlement.

More lawsuits soon followed in December 2023, January and February 2024. Three Jane Does accused Combs of r*pe and assault in separate lawsuits.

Joi Dickerson-Neal accused Combs of drugging and s*xually assaulting her when she was a college student in 1991.

A Jane Doe who claims she was gang r*ped by Combs and two of his associates when she was 17 was ordered to reveal her identity if she wants to pursue the case.

Combs, 54, vigorously denies the allegations.

After federal agents tore up Combs’ homes in Miami and Holmby Hills, Aaron Dyer, a lawyer for Combs, criticized the Department of Homeland Security. He called the raids a “gross overuse of military-level force”, a “witch hunt”, and an “unprecedented ambush.”

“There has been no finding of criminal or civil liability with any of these allegations,” Dyer said in a statement on Tuesday.