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Dream Hampton Frustrated by Diddy Allegations Overshadowing Her Documentary

Dream Hampton Frustrated by Diddy Allegations Overshadowing Her Documentary

On Sunday, June 9, at the Tribeca Film Festival, filmmaker and producer Dream Hampton premiered her latest documentary, It Was All A Dream

This new film, featuring personal archive footage from Hampton’s time in the studio with iconic hip-hop artists like The Notorious B.I.G., has been marred by questions regarding allegations against Bad Boy founder Sean “Diddy” Combs.

Speaking to People, Hampton expressed her frustration, saying, “I’m kind of just mad at him that I have to talk about or be asked about it.” 

When asked if she believes Combs will face consequences for his alleged crimes, Hampton stated she has “no idea” as “it’s all unfolding.”

About Dream Hampton Documentary

Hampton, known for her role as the executive producer of the Surviving R. Kelly series, which played a significant part in bringing charges against the singer, has now turned her focus to It Was All A Dream

The documentary includes old footage from her encounters with Wu-Tang Clan’s Method Man, Mobb Deep, and Snoop Dogg, as well as B.I.G., Combs’ first chart-topping artist under the Bad Boy label.

Sean “Diddy” Combs is currently facing a series of lawsuits accusing him of sex and drug abuse, misconduct, and trafficking. 

The accusations first came to light when his ex-girlfriend, Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura, filed a lawsuit in November, alleging abuse throughout their decade-long relationship. 

Last month, CNN released leaked 2016 surveillance footage showing Combs assaulting Ventura in a Los Angeles hotel hallway. 

Following the release, Combs acknowledged his behavior in the video and offered an apology, though he initially denied the “sickening allegations” against him, suggesting they were attempts at a quick payday.

In March, federal agents raided Combs’ homes in Miami and Los Angeles. Lawyers for Ventura assert that the hotel video confirms Combs’ “disturbing and predatory behavior.”


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