Natalia Reuben Victim in the 1999 Bad Boy Records Sh**ting, Says Diddy Sh*t Her … NOT SHYNE!

Natania Reuben, the victim of the December 27th, 1999, New York nightclub shooting involving Diddy and Shyne, has come forward, alleging that Diddy shot her in the face, not Shyne. Reuben’s statement resurfaced as details of a lawsuit against Diddy emerged, with producer Lil Rod suing Diddy for alleged abuse.

In the lawsuit, Lil Rod asserts that Diddy confessed to him that he, not Shyne, was responsible for shooting Reuben in the face in 1999. Despite Shyne being convicted of the shooting, Diddy, represented by renowned lawyers Benjamin Brafman & Johnnie Cochran, was acquitted of all charges.

Benjamin Brafman & Johnnie Cochran (lawyers) during Sean “Puffy” Combs Trial at Courthouse in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by RJ Capak/WireImage)

Reuben suffered permanent damage and scarring from the incident and subsequently sued Diddy, winning a significant monetary damage award.

Recently, Reuben took to TikTok to recount the events of that fateful night in 1999. She claims that Diddy pulled out a gun and shot her at point-blank range, alleging that he then paid off the club to destroy video evidence and bribed individuals to provide false testimony.

These allegations have reignited scrutiny and discussion surrounding the 1999 nightclub shooting, shedding new light on the events of that evening.

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