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A woman has sued Sean Combs’ youngest son Christian “King” Combs for s3xual assault during a 2022 yacht party.

The lawsuit was filed Thursday by Grace O’Marcaigh in Los Angeles County Superior Court. O’Marcaigh worked on a yacht Combs chartered in the summer of 2022.

Combs, 54, is also named in the lawsuit for premises liability for chartering the boat. The music mogul is accused of aiding and abetting his son.


O’Marcaigh claimed the yacht trip was “sold as a wholesome family excursion” but became a “hedonistic environment.”

The plaintiff, 27, worked as a steward on the yacht providing dinner and drink service to guests from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. During her shift, she said she saw a “constant rotation of suspected sex workers” and celebrities partying and taking drugs.

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O’Marcaigh said that Christian boarded the yacht to record with music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. — who also filed a lawsuit accusing Combs of s3xual assault. She alleged that when Christian came aboard, he was “heavily intoxicated” and paid particular attention to her.

She claimed Christian “pressured” her to drink tequila. Afterwards, he groped her.

O’Marcaigh said she has 2 recordings that show her “declining alcohol, saying she had to leave and telling Christian to stop touching her with what sounds like kissing noises in the background.”

Later, she said Christian approached her and asked her to find him a place to sleep. She directed him to an area where he could sleep. She said he grabbed her arms and blocked her in when she tried to leave.

Her complaint included a photo of bruises on her arm – which she said was taken after the incident 2 years ago.

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“Like father, like son. It gives us no joy or pleasure in filing this suit against Christian Combs,” O’Marcaigh’s NY-based attorney Tyrone Blackburn said in a statement to NBC News.

Los Angeles-based attorney Rodney S. Diggs added, “I applaud Grace for being so brave to come forward with her truth. Hopefully her story will inspire others to come forward.”

Sean Combs is battling multiple lawsuits on both coasts. Federal agents raided his homes in Miami and Holmby Hills on March 25. They hauled away boxes, laptops and other electronics.