Podcaster Dawn Montgomery Leaves Revolt After Diddy Sexual Assault Lawsuit

Podcaster Dawn Montgomery Leaves Revolt After Diddy Sexual Assault Lawsuit

Podcaster Dawn Montgomery Leaves Revolt After Diddy Sexual Assault Lawsuit!

CelebnMusic247.com has learned that Podcaster, Mom, Mental Health Advocate, Award-Winning Journalist, Media & Marketing Strategist, Dawn Montgomery has left Revolt TV following the news of Diddy’s sexual assault lawsuit with Cassie.

Last week news broke that Sean “Diddy” Combs’ ex-girlfriend and artist/singer Cassie alleged that the music mogul sexually assaulted her.

Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Revolt TV just lost a podcaster in the wake of Cassie’s lawsuit alleging sexual assault by the mogul, which he and the singer settled Friday.
Combs was accused of rape, sexual assault, physical assault and sex trafficking in a lawsuit filed Thursday.

However, through his attorney, Combs denied the allegations. Cassie, who sued under her legal name, Casandra Ventura, dated the famed hip-hop mogul for about 11 years before they split in 2018. She filed her lawsuit against Combs in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

The two reached a settlement Friday. No details of the settlement were released, though Combs’ attorney had previously accused Cassie of seeking an eight-figure payout in recent months. The lawsuit was dismissed Monday.
Without saying it, his attorney claimed it was a money grab.

Following Friday’s quick settlement to hush up Cassie, and to dead the story, Diddy’s attorney Ben Brafman said:

“A decision to settle a lawsuit, especially in 2023, is in no way an admission of wrongdoing. Mr. Combs’ decision to settle the lawsuit does not in any way undermine his flat-out denial of the claims.”

Following the news of the rushed settlement or shall we say hush money, Dawn Montgomery announced she was leaving Revolt since Diddy was still running things.

Montgomery took to social media stating:

“I am grateful for the how I was able to contribute to this show & work w/my cohost Akilah! This was a wonderful opportunity brought to me by our producer Darius who saw that I needed to share more of my story & connect w/the show’s audience. This isn’t a hard decision and I’m ok.”

She continued:

“I won’t be signing on to do the [third] season of @revolttv’s ‘Monuments To Me’ podcast. I am a SA survivor [and] I cannot be a part of a show that’s supposed to uplift black women while [Diddy] leads the company,” she wrote, adding, “Believe Black women.”

This is not the first time an artist from Bad Boy has alleged sexual assault from Diddy. Let’s not forget one of the singer of 112 had similar claims. There is also Mase, and Making the Band… the list goes on. Diddy’s legal team pays to quiet this stuff quickly. Oh you thought he was only into women. Think again hip-hop fans. Artists like Puffy rely on fans to easily forget the past, because if it’s not in the news it doesn’t exist. All we are saying is do your research because the truth is always on the internet. It never goes away.