Diddy's [aka Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs] daughters were regularly exposed to drugs at his ex-lover's home, their former nanny has claimed in a new lawsuit.
Dawn Drago has also alleged D'Lila Star and Jessie James were covered 'in a white powdery substance' one day she was driving them to school from mother Kim Porter's home.
The childcare worker, who is suing Miss Porter, alleges the six-year-olds got into 'a bag containing the powder, along with clear capsules, filled with another powdery substance in a bag in the back seat.'
When she confronted her boss, she says Diddy's on-off lover said it was 'medicine.'
According to TMZ she makes the powderkeg claims in a new lawsuit filed against her former employer, who she worked for from 2011 to 2012.
She also alleges Porter would chain-smoke marijuana in the house when the girls were home.
Miss Drago claimed she was verbally and violently abused before being fired last year, after complaining she could not longer stand the smell of cannabis.
Miss Porter, who was Diddy's on-off girlfriend from 1996 to 2007, is also mother to the father-of-five's 15-year-old son Christian.
Neither 43-year-old Diddy, real name Sean Combs, or Miss Porter have commented so far on the claims.
The loving music mogul is known to have a weakness for indulging his youngsters, even buying his 18-year-old son Justin a $360,000 car for his birthday.
However the artist formerly known as Puff Daddy said he is happy with the way he raises his brood, who he fathered with three different women.
He said: I’m very proud about the upbringing, and God has blessed me with three of the most beautiful women to raise my kids. And I am – and one day if it’s right, I will get married, but I think it’s more about me being honest with myself, and me loving my children and me being there for my children.
10 April 2013
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