Diddy might want to go check on his young twin daughters. A new lawsuit is alleging Diddy’s baby momma Kim Porter is an unfit mother and does drugs in front of her children. Kim Porter’s former nanny Dawn Drago between 2011 and 2012. Drago alleges Porter was verbally and physically abusive towards her during her time of employment. It’s also being said that Kim Porter has a penchant for using drugs out in the open with no shame or remorse. Kim Porter supposedly would smoke weed as if she were a character straight out of the stoner comedy “Friday.” Dawn Drago also alleges that weed wasn’t the only substance Kim Porter abused. According to Drago, Porter enjoys indulging in a little bit of nose candy aka cocaine. Drago says Porter kepot so much nose candy around that the young twins got into “a bag containing the powder, along with clear capsules, filled with another powdery substance in a bag in the back seat.” Once Drago said something to Porter about the incident, Porter claimed that the bag contained her “medicine.” Dawn Drago says she was fired after she continuously complained about the overwhelming smell of weed and is suing for unspecified damages. As of now, neither Diddy or Kim Porter have made any comment or responded to the lawsuit ion court.
Not sure if “Big Willy” knows about this, but his brother-in-law has been slangin’ nose candy— or trying to. Dee Lawrence Downs was busted last month during a coke sting. He was charged with attempted possession with intent to sell five kilos or more of drugs. Downs apparently flew from Philly to Miami to handle the business transaction. He arrived at the meeting location and was driven to Latin Bohemia Grill in Coral Gables, Fla. It was there that Downs negotiated locking down a steady supplier, expressing his need to find someone to move the drugs monthly. He also claimed to have sources back home that could move the “product” quickly. Agreeing on a rate of $26,5000 per kilo in addition to a $1,500 transportation fee. Downs went back to his home city to wire the $7,500 to the suppliers, the per-kilo amount needed to move the substance. On Jan. 17th he met back up with the phony dealers bringing along a black suitcase filled with cash (just like they do in the movies), only he didn’t get drugs. He got arrested instead. The “dealers” were actually DEA agents, and took Downs into custody. Indicted on Feb. 13, Downs pleaded not guilty to the felony charge hanging over his head, and was released on $100,000 bail, yesterday. The 49-year-old is married to Smith’s sister and has a history of criminal activity. He is due back in court April 15.