Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Asked His Chef to Rate His Naked Body, Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Claims

Rapper’s former employee claims that she was wrongfully fired after complaining

Last Updated: May 9, 2017 @ 10:55 AM

Sean “Diddy” Combs prefers a side dish of sexual harassment with his post-sex meals — or at least that’s the new claim against the rapper/producer/mogul in an explosive new lawsuit.

Combs is being sued by a woman who claims that she was required to serve him post-sex meals while working as a chef for him, and was shaken by Combs’ request for her to rate his naked body.

In the lawsuit, filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Cindy Rueda says that she began working at Combs’ Los Angeles County home in January 2015, rising to the position of lead chef that September.

According to Rueda’s suit, “Plaintiff was regularly summoned by Mr. Combs to prepare and serve entrees and appetizers to him and his guests while Mr. Combs and/or his guests were engaged in or immediately following sexual activity.”

Rueda’s complaint goes on to claim that, on “no less than one occasion” when she was summoned by Combs to “serve him his post-coital meal,” Combs “was naked and made comments about his body to Plaintiff and ultimately asked the visibly uncomfortable Plaintiff if she was attracted to or liked his naked body.”

Rueda also says that, once, while preparing a meal, “a male house guest of Mr. Combs approached Plaintiff in the nude to ask her to look at and admire his genitals after he had engaged in sexual activity with another house guest.”

The suit alleges that, when Rueda complained about the situation, as well as allegedly being stiffed on wages, she was set up to make it seem that she had stolen a watch of Combs’ and was ultimately fired last May.

A spokesperson for Combs told TheWrap in a statement, “This is a frivolous lawsuit by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired for cause.”

Alleging sexual harassment, hostile work environment, wrongful discharge, retaliation, defamation and other counts, Rueda is seeking unspecified damages.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.