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Capital Preparatory Schools, Which Diddy Helped Launch, Ends Partnership With The Mogul

The domino effect of Diddy’s sexual assault lawsuits has now resulted in several of his business dealings going down the drain.

On Tuesday, Capital Preparatory Schools decided to end its partnership with the embattled media mogul. The school was co-founded by Diddy and Dr. Steve Perry in 2006. He has long been involved with the institution, visiting students at the Bronx location last October and donating $1 million to the school. They also have locations in Harlem and in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Despite the success of the partnership, Capital Prep is done with Diddy for the foreseeable future.

Capital Prep Statement
Capital Prep Statement

“Following a comprehensive evaluation, a decision has been made to end the partnership between Capital Preparatory Schools and Sean Combs. While this decision was not made lightly, we firmly believe it is in the best interest of our organization’s health and future,” the school wrote in a statement.

This latest blow comes as Diddy stepped away as CEO of Revolt. Diageo, the maker of Diddy’s DeLeón tequila, has also maintained he should no longer be the face of the brand. This comes amid three sexual assault lawsuits against the Bad Boy founder. He settled the lawsuit filed by his ex, Cassie, after just one day. She accused him of sex trafficking her, raping her, and beating her during their decade-long relationship. Another accuser claims Diddy was drugged and raped after an outing together. In the third suit, the victim says Diddy and singer Aaron Hall took turns raping her. Via his representatives, Diddy has denied all allegations against him.

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