Ex-porn star Adria English's interview demands revealed amid sexual assault lawsuit against Sean 'Diddy' Combs

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The former adult film actress, Adria English, who recently filed a lawsuit against music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs alleging sexual assault and sex trafficking, has come up with a list of demands for interviews in order for outlets to secure her story.

English has been inundated with requests for interviews since she filed her lawsuit last week, according to TMZ, one notably from podcast host Domenick Nati. According to sources close to the negotiations, the response from English’s legal team included an extensive list of requirements typically associated with high-profile celebrities.

Among the demands were first-class flights from Los Angeles to New York City for English and her husband, as well as separate flights for her attorneys. Additionally, she requested a two-night stay in a four-star hotel with breakfast included, along with hair, makeup, and wardrobe services from specified vendors, and meals and snacks on the day of the interview.

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However, these extensive demands proved too much for Nati, who ultimately withdrew his request for an interview, said the gossip outlet. It remains uncertain if any other media outlet has agreed to meet the conditions set forth by English's team.

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Attorney Ariel Mitchell-Kidd, clarified that the demands were made by her client’s team and not by her personally, describing the list as standard industry requests designed to ensure that English can share her story comfortably.

She said: "Everyone is making money off her story, so she was given options by her team and this is the list they came up with. There was more on the list, but it was chopped down to be essentials only for a first interview.

English’s lawsuit details harrowing allegations of emotional trauma, intimacy issues, and painful memories stemming from what she describes as Diddy’s involvement in sex trafficking her during his infamous "white parties".

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Her attorney said that any funds English has are being directed toward her legal battle, amid the financial constraints they face in taking on the billionaire.

She said: "We have limited financial sources to bring a billionaire to justice, but just like David, sometimes a little is enough."

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