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Music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones claims Sean “Puffy” Combs has s*x tapes of rappers and music industry executives.

Jones filed a lawsuit against Combs for s*xual harassment on Feb. 26 in the Southern District of New York.

He is seeking $30 million in punitive damages.

Jones was Combs’ music producer and videographer. He produced tracks on Combs’ Grammy-nominated The Love Album: Off the Grid.

In an amended complaint obtained by AllHipHop, Jones accused Combs of secretly filming celebrities and top music industry executives at the Hip-Hop mogul’s “freak off parties.”

“While living and traveling with Mr. Combs, Mr. Jones discovered that Mr. Combs has hidden cameras in every room of his homes,” Jones’ lawyer Tyrone Blackburn wrote.

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Blackburn claimed Combs has secret recordings of celebrities and music industry executives engaging in various illicit activities.

“Mr. Jones believes that Mr. Combs has recordings of Defendants Lucian Charles Grainge, Ethiopia Habtemariam, as well as other celebrities, music label executives, politicians and athletes.

Blackburn continued, “These individuals were recorded without their knowledge and consent. Mr. Combs possesses compromising footage of every person that has attended his freak off parties and his house parties. Upon information and belief, due to this treasure trove of evidence he has in his possession, Mr. Combs believes that he is above the law and is untouchable.”

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Defendant Ethiopia Habtemariam, 44, is pictured at right with LaLa Anthony and Kanye West. Habtemariam is a former Chairman and CEO of Motown Records.

She got her start interning for L.A. Reid at LaFace Records in Atlanta, Ga. in the 1990s.

In her roles as Chairman/CEO and Senior Vice President of Motown Records, Habtemariam worked with artists Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Ne-Yo, NBA YoungBoy, Kem, and more.