Sean "Diddy" Combs, infamous for seducing America's top celebrities and deep-pocketed power brokers, has been dubbed the next Jeffrey Epstein in a stunning lawsuit accusing the rapper of orchestrating a massive sex-trafficking ring.

According to sources, there are startling similarities between the 54-year-old music producer and disgraced billionaire Epstein, a convicted pedophile who died in unexplained circumstances more than four years ago at the age of 66 while in a federal prison awaiting trial for trading flesh.

In a 73-page federal lawsuit filed in February, producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones, who lived with Combs while working on Diddy's “The Love Album: Off the Grid,” claims his former boss had a fetish for younger girls and a penchant for outfitting his homes with hidden spy cameras, which was one of extortionist Epstein's trademark tricks.

“[He] engaged in the same activities as Mr. Epstein. In fact, Mr. Combs [and his co- defendants] may have done worse,” Lil Rod’s suit declared, as per The National Enquirer.

On March 25, heavily armed Homeland Security officials searched the houses of Sean John, the fashion creator, in Los Angeles and Miami in conjunction with a probable sex trafficking investigation in New York. Law enforcement seized numerous firearms, phones, and devices.

Shortly later, the FBI arrested Combs' friend Brendan Paul, charging him with possession of suspected cocaine and marijuana edibles. At the time of his arrest, 25-year-old Paul, who police believe of being a drug mule, was boarding one of the performer's private planes in Florida at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport.

The unexpected law enforcement raid followed a flurry of legal complaints against Diddy alleging sex assault and other horrific conduct. The accusers include:

  • R&B singer Cassie Ventura, Combs' former girlfriend, claims her ex-boyfriend subjected her to a horrible decade-long campaign of sexual abuse and assault that began when she was 19. Her lawsuit was promptly settled on secret terms.
  • A woman named only as Jane Doe claims the rapper drugged and sexually abused her on camera in 1991.
  • An additional Jane Doe claims Combs and another man took turns attacking her in the early 1990s.
  • A fourth unidentified woman alleges Combs, a Bad Boy Records executive, and a third man drugged and gang-raped her in the Grammy winner's recording studio in New York City when she was 17 years old.

Meanwhile, Lil Rod's lawsuit accuses the "All About the Benjamins" rapper of managing a "widespread and dangerous criminal sex trafficking organization" and using nondisclosure agreements to silence his victims.

Lil Rod reportedly alleges Combs was so drug-crazed that his head of staff, Kristina Khorram, requested that all home workers, from butlers to housekeepers, carry a cache of his favorite narcotics, such as cocaine, ecstasy, and marijuana candies, in case he needed a hit.

In his startling affidavit, Lil Rod claims Khorram also supplied prostitutes and other women for Diddy, much as Ghislaine Maxwell did for evil financier Epstein years before the 62-year-old madam was arrested and sentenced to two decades in prison for sex trafficking.

“Kristina Khorram is the Ghislaine Maxwell to Sean Combs’ Jeffrey Epstein,” Lil Rod boldly stated.

Combs has not been prosecuted criminally, and he denies all wrongdoing, both personally and on behalf of his staff. The scandal-plagued actor has also called the invasive government investigation a "witch hunt!""

However, a Hollywood insider dishes, “It doesn’t look good for Diddy. The sheer number of allegations — and the similarities between them — make him look very guilty, at least in the court of public opinion.”

Insiders claimed Combs began actively capitalizing on his rap career's success in 2003 to establish ties with the wealthy and powerful, much how Epstein utilized philanthropy and his money management reputation to lure naïve A-listers.

Combs has a decades-long friendship with "That '70s Show" star — and investment wiz — Ashton Kutcher, 46, dating back to their days at MTV. He is close friends with actor Cuba Gooding Jr., 56, who Jones claims raped him aboard Combs' yacht.

Diddy also allegedly crossed paths with Prince Harry and boasted that he was so close to then-15-year-old Justin Bieber that he had been "given custody" of the singing star. Combs also lived with Usher, now 45, in the 1990s, when the R&B singer was no more than 15 years old.

In addition, Combs befriended "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban, 65, and successfully lobbied to design uniforms for the businessman's NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks. He rubbed elbows with Diageo executives after collaborating with the alcohol industry on a vodka brand, and he also enlisted Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg, 52, to promote a water product. But that is not all.

The eager entrepreneur persuaded 74-year-old Ray Dalio, creator of the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Capital Partners, to mentor him!

Combs also rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange alongside Estée Lauder heir William Lauder, 63, his business partner on the scent Unforgivable.

According to an insider, Diddy was there among the wealthy executives and celebrities, but no wrongdoing was reported. The only question is if he had a more sinister motivation for associating with such people."

Regardless, sources claim many of Combs' A-list contacts are circling their personal wagons—and avoiding the star—as the controversy reaches a scary finale.