Two of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ properties raided by Homeland Safety amid intercourse trafficking investigation


Sean 'Diddy' Combs at 2011 Grammy Awards on February 13^ 2011 in Los Angeles^ CA

Legislation enforcement brokers have reportedly raided properties owned by Sean “Diddy” Combs’ properties in Miami and Los Angeles in connection to an ‘ongoing’ intercourse trafficking investigation. Helicopter footage confirmed Homeland Safety raid on the rapper’s Beverly Hills dwelling on Monday.

In response to Los Angeles station FOX 11, Homeland Safety raided each Diddyl’s Los Angeles and Miami properties on Monday, March 25 in reference to a federal intercourse trafficking investigation. A number of folks, together with Diddy’s sons Justin and King Combs, have been detained on the scene. In response to video footage, there seems to be dozens of armed brokers in full tactical gear with rifles strolling out and in of the Beverly Hills residence; it’s unclear if Diddy is current at both dwelling.

A consultant for Homeland Safety Investigations informed TMZ: “Earlier right now, Homeland Safety Investigations (HSI) New York executed regulation enforcement actions as a part of an ongoing investigation, with help from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our native regulation enforcement companions. We are going to present additional info because it turns into accessible.

Diddy has confronted quite a few allegations of sexual misconduct in current months; his ex-girlfriend Cassie (full identify is Casandra Ventura) who dated on and off from 2007 to 2018, was the primary to accuse Diddy of rape, assault and repeated bodily abuse in a November 2023 lawsuit. The lawsuit between the exes was settled rapidly and “amicably,” Diddy mentioned in an announcement. Diddy later confronted three new lawsuits earlier than the tip of the 12 months, through which he was accused of sexual assault, revenge porn and being concerned within the “gang rape” of a 17-year-old woman.

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