In the docs, obtained by TMZ, Cindy Rueda says she was "regularly summoned" to serve Diddy and his guests while they "engaged in or immediately following sexual activity." She also says on at least one such occasion, Diddy was still naked when she entered the room, and asked if she liked what she saw.
The suit makes it seem like Diddy was recreating "Caligula" in his L.A. mansion. She says another time one of his buddies approached her in the kitchen -- while he was nude -- and asked her to check out his junk.
Rueda says she complained about sexual harassment to one of Diddy's assistants, and as a result was set up by another staffer to make it look like she'd stolen one of his watches. According to the suit, she was fired with a string attached -- if she signed an exit agreement waiving all rights to sue Diddy, she wouldn't be prosecuted.
Reuda's suing for wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and violation of whistleblower protection. TMZ has reached out to Diddy's reps, but haven't heard back yet.