Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ ex Gina Huynh accused him of ‘stomping’ her stomach and punching her in the head in resurfaced interview… after his ex Cassie sued him for rape and abuse
Another ex-girlfriend of the rapper-turned-music mogul Diddy has accused him of abusing her.
Gina Huynh, who says she dated the 54-year-old music executive for five years, described in a newly resurfaced interview from 2019 a time at which he allegedly became violent with her.
The model told the controversial blogger Tasha K that he allegedly ‘stomped’ on her stomach and repeatedly punched her in the head during one disturbing encounter.
DailyMail.com has reached out for comment to a representative for Diddy.
Huynh’s earlier claim of abuse is making the rounds again after another ex of the rapper, the singer Cassie, 37, accused him of rape and physical abuse in a federal lawsuit filed Thursday.
Serious claims: Diddy’s ex-girlfriend Gina Huynh claimed he physically assaulted her multiple times in a resurfaced interview from 2019
On and off: Diddy and Gina (pictured) dated for five years until 2019. They were reportedly together when he and Cassie, who is suing him for rape and abuse, were on and off
Gina’s relationship with Diddy reportedly began during a period in which he and Cassie (real name: Casandra Ventura) were on and off.
‘He stomped on my stomach really hard — like, took the wind out of my breath,’ Gina said in her interview, via Page Six.
‘I couldn’t breathe. He kept hitting me. I was pleading to him, “Can you just stop? I can’t breathe,”‘ she added.
According to her, Diddy then began to pull at her hair and punch her repeatedly in the back of her head.
She added that she began fighting back after she had ‘enough of his s***.’
Elsewhere, she claimed that Diddy had punched her in the head at other times, as her hair would cover signs of her injuries.
‘He was mentally, emotionally and physically abusing me,’ she also claimed. ‘He would always compare me to Cassie and tell me that I’m the bad one, she’s a good one.’
Huynh also claimed that ‘everyone’ in Diddy’s circle ‘allowed’ him to allegedly abuse her multiple times.
Shocking: ‘He stomped on my stomach really hard — like, took the wind out of my breath,’ Gina said. ‘I couldn’t breathe’
Violent: According to her, Diddy then began to pull at her hair and punch her repeatedly in the back of her head
Covering his tracks? She claimed that Diddy hit her in the head multiple times during their relationship because her hair could cover the injuries
She claimed in a later portion of the interview that after she got pregnant with Diddy’s child, he paid her $50,000 to get an abortion, though she says she refused the payment.
‘I turned [the money] down because I just loved him. I wanted to … I was, like, trying to prove that,’ she claimed.
‘I wasn’t the girl that wanted him for money. I just cared about him. I just wanted him to be nice to me. That’s it,’ she added.
Huynh claimed to have also had a second abortion from her relationship with Diddy.
Tasha K, the blogger interviewing Huynh, was previously sued for defamation by Cardi B, who won.
The blogger also recently aired claims from an anonymous source referred to as Brother Bilal who claimed that he had walked in on Will Smith and actor Duane Martin having sex.
Representatives for the actor have denied the claim, and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith threatened to sue over the interview.
The I’ll Be Missing You rapper doesn’t appear to have previously responded to Huynh’s claims.
However, he has vehemently denied all of the ‘offensive and outrageous allegations’ contained in his ex Cassie’s lawsuit.
The singer has accused him of controlling and abusing her for over a decade, and she says during that time he beat her, forced her to do drugs and ordered her to have sex with multiple male prostitutes — while he watched and recorded the encounters.
Accusations piling up: The interview resurfaced after Diddy’s ex Cassie (seen with him in 2017) filed a federal lawsuit accusing him of rape and physical abuse
Denial: Cassie said in her suit that Diddy would ply her with drugs and forced her to have sex with male prostitutes while he masturbated and filmed. He has vehemently denied her claims; seen in 2018 in NYC
The pair met in 2005 when she was 19, and they split for good in 2018.
In her suit, she claims that Diddy forcibly entered her apartment and raped her in the final days of their relationship, after the two had dined together in Malibu, California.
‘After years in silence and darkness. I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships,’ she said in her suit.
Douglas Wigdor, her attorney, claimed that the mogul had offered ‘eight figures to silence her and prevent the filing of this lawsuit,’ but he said his client had turned him down in order to ‘give a voice to all women who suffer in silence.’