Sean “Diddy” Combs has new legal troubles and more accusations.

According to Deadline, the 54-year-old is at the center of a criminal investigation in New York, and a federal grand jury in the Southern District of the state is hearing evidence included in the investigation. A U.S. Attorney’s Office spokesperson declined to comment, and Combs’ lawyers did not answer Deadline’s request for comment.

“This is the next step in the process for Mr. Combs as the investigation continues,” a law enforcement official familiar with the grand jury proceedings told Deadline. 

They also confirmed that Combs and his team of attorneys have been notified about the grand jury, NBC reported. 

Legal experts define Combs as “someone who is within the scope of a criminal investigation.” However, there isn’t an indictment on the table, and Combs has not received a target letter (it’s important to note that sending one in the Southern District of New York is not required).

On Wednesday, adult film star Adira English filed suit against him, “alleging that he sexually assaulted and sex trafficked her for years during ‘white parties’ at his residences,” People reported. It is the latest of at least six other lawsuits filed since November from people who say that Diddy sexually assaulted or harassed them. 

It’s been three months since Combs’ homes were raided in Los Angeles and Miami, and the music mogul has been the subject of back-to-back controversies over the last seven months. Combs has been hit with sexual assault allegations by multiple women, and a harrowing video of him physically assaulting his then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura in a Los Angeles hotel in 2016 went viral in May. He settled a federal lawsuit by Ventura in November, the day after it was filed.

Combs’ businesses have also taken a hit: a reality project he had in the works with Hulu was dropped by the streamer, and he also had to divest his stake in Revolt. The 54-year-old was also stripped of his honors by Howard University and returned the key to New York City.