“I’m breaking my silence, freeing myself from haunting recollections, standing in solidarity with Cassie, and standing up for myself.
“I fear for my safety as her suit alludes to me, although not by name. I hope that revealing my identity to the public will afford me some measure of protection,” she wrote in the open letter to Combs published in Rolling Stone on Thursday.
“When I walked out of the room, you had her backed into a corner in the hallway outside of the door, and your security surrounded you two as you cursed her out with your hands in her face.
As previously reported, last month, Cassie sued Diddy for sex trafficking and abuse throughout their over 10-year relationship.
But just after a day of filing the legal documents, Cassie agreed to an out-of-court settlement with the music executive.