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Cassie Ventura reacts to Sean “Diddy” Combs video of apparent attack in hotel

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Cassie Ventura has reacted to newly released surveillance video that appears to show her ex-boyfriend Sean “Diddy” Combs attacking her in a hotel. The singer, who previously sued the rapper and businessman for years of alleged abuse, thanked people for the outpouring of support.

Ventura’s November lawsuit against Combs was settled the day after it was filed, but Combs soon faced several more suits and a federal criminal sex-trafficking investigation.

In her suit, Cassie describes a 2016 incident at an InterContinental Hotel in the Century City area of Los Angeles, which matches the details of the surveillance video recently released by CNN. The suit alleges Combs paid the hotel $50,000 for the security video and is unclear how CNN obtained it. Combs has denied the allegations in the lawsuit.

Combs has since posted a video on social media apologizing for the incident in the video, saying his behavior was “inexcusable” and he takes “full responsibility” for his actions.

Now, Ventura, 37, has broken her silence, sharing a statement on social media Thursday. “The outpouring of love has created a place for my younger self to settle and feel safe now, but this is only the beginning,” she wrote.

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