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Intern sues Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs

Intern sues Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs

A former intern is suing Sean 'Diddy Combs' company. Photo: WENN

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ company Bad Boy Entertainment is facing legal action from a former intern who complains she was exploited as free labor.

Rashida Salaam worked at the firm, which is home to several of the rapper’s business interests, including his record label, restaurants, and movie production company, for five months last year.

Salaam alleges she had to carry out various duties including answering phones, making deliveries, and even decorating the office, and has now filed a lawsuit against the business, according to TMZ.

It is not known on what grounds Salaam is suing the hip-hop star.

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