Earlier last week, Diddy was served with another complaint, this time by a former music producer who says the Bad Boy founder sexually assaulted him.

Photos were presented as evidence in the lawsuit; however, an adult film actor has since come forward to say that the photos included in the document were of him rather than the individual named in the suit.

According to NBC News, Rodney “Lil’ Rod” Jones, a producer and filmmaker, sued Diddy in federal court on Monday (February 26). Rodney Jones named Diddy, his son Justin Combs, Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge, Combs’ chief of staff Kristina Khorram, and former Motown Records CEO Ethiopia Habtemariam as defendants in the lawsuit.

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“The following are screenshots of the video of Stevie J anally penetrating a Caucasian male that Mr. Combs provided to Mr. Jones,” according to the court complaint.

After the document circulated on the internet, Knockout, a male pornstar, took to Twitter to claim the photographs in the complaint were snapshots of him, not Stevie J. “This isn’t him; it’s me, and you’re really trying,” he said. See below.

The adult film celebrity followed up with a series of tweets that reaffirmed his assertion. After another person commented, “The photo does look like you,” Knockout responded, “I know, and they will not take him off my name; try again.”

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According to Lil’ Rod’s lawsuit, he resided and traveled with Combs for work from September 2022 to November 2023. He claims Diddy’s colleagues sexually harassed him and made nonconsensual advances on him multiple times. According to the lawsuit, there are hours of video and audio footage of Combs and his staff “engaging in serious illegal activity.”

Jones then revealed that Combs forced him to see a video of two men having intercourse. The legal document refers to one of the males in the video as Stevie J, as shown in the screenshot above.

Shawn Holley, Combs’ attorney, has now rejected the charges made by Jones. His legal team has claimed that the claims were false and an attempt to garner attention.

“[Jones’] reckless name-dropping about events that are pure fiction and simply did not happen is nothing more than a transparent attempt to garner headlines,” Holley said in a statement. “We have overwhelming, unequivocal evidence that his statements are total frauds. We’ve attempted to share this proof with Mr. Jones’ attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, but he refused to return our calls. We will address these outrageous charges in court and take necessary action against individuals who make them.