Diplo doesn't seem too concerned with his ex-girlfriend accusing him of sexual battery and instead, he was seen living it up at the beach only days after being hit with a nasty lawsuit.
Over the weekend, Diplo (real name: Thomas Pentz) posted a shirtless photo of himself while holding up his surfboard. He drove to Malibu in his new Bronco which matched his board.
In the snap, Diplo showed off his rock hard abs while rocking a pair of board shorts with one of the Crocs from his limited edition line with the shoe company.
The DJ shared a ton of footage of him having a ball with his friends.
His day ended with him attending a Los Angeles Clippers game with a bunch of friends. He followed that up with a crazy party downtown where he played his mix.
Diplo really doesn't seem bothered by his ex-girlfriend Shelly Auguste accusing him of giving her chlamydia during their fling.
He originally sued Shelly claiming she lost if after he cut her off.
Diplo admits to having a consensual sexual relationship with the model in August 2019. He claims to have stopped entertaining the situation and things took a turn.
He called her a “relentless and unstable fan who manipulated herself into" his life. Diplo said Shelly started creating fake social media accounts to send him XXX photos.
Last year, he claims she send the mother of his children a bunch of nasty messages with racial slurs.
He claims she started showing up at his house and he had to move as a result.
In her suit, Shelly claims Diplo contacted her when she was only 17. The two eventually had a sexual relationship when she was of age. They dated for a bit before she claims he gave her an STD.
She is seeking unspecified damages for his alleged sexual battery, assault, defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Diplo's powerhouse attorney, Bryan Freedman, said Shelly's new suit, "These latest false claims are just part of that ongoing campaign of harassment, and we will not allow them to deter us from pursuing justice against her to the fullest extent possible under the law.”