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P Diddy’s Residences Raided by Homeland Security Amid Sex Trafficking Probe

P Diddy's Residences Raided by Homeland Security Amid Sex Trafficking Probe

Federal authorities have conducted searches at two properties belonging to the renowned rapper and music mogul, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, as part of an ongoing investigation into sex trafficking, according to reports.

The homes, situated in Los Angeles and Miami, were subjected to searches by officers on Monday, as confirmed by the AP news agency. These actions are said to be linked to a sex trafficking probe led by federal authorities in New York.

In response to inquiries, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) issued a statement stating, “executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners.”

Reports from Sky’s US partner network NBC News suggest that several mobile phones were confiscated from Combs in Miami before he was due to depart on a trip to the Bahamas.

NBC News further indicates that federal officials in Manhattan have interviewed three women and a man regarding the sex trafficking investigation, along with additional allegations involving sexual assault, solicitation, and the distribution of illegal substances and firearms.

Representatives for Combs have not immediately responded to NBC News’ request for comment.

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, a prominent figure in the American music industry at 54, has faced several legal challenges in recent months, including accusations of sexual assault.

In February, a lawsuit was filed against Combs by a music producer alleging coercion to engage with prostitutes and pressure to have sexual encounters with them. Combs’ attorney vehemently refuted these allegations, asserting “overwhelming, indisputable proof that his claims are complete lies.”

Another lawsuit filed in November by R&B singer Cassie, a former protege and girlfriend of Combs, alleged instances of trafficking, rape, drug administration, and physical abuse spanning a decade. The suit was settled shortly after its filing.

Similarly, Joie Dickerson-Neal filed a lawsuit against Combs in November, alleging sexual assault and drugging during her time as a psychology student at Syracuse University in 1991. These claims were dismissed by Combs’ spokesperson as “made up and not credible,” branding them as “purely a money grab.”

Combs has consistently denied all allegations, declaring them “sickening” and emphasizing his commitment to defending his reputation, family, and the truth.

A key figure in hip hop for over three decades, Combs, also known as Puff Daddy and P Diddy, has left an indelible mark on the industry. With ventures like Bad Boy Records and collaborations with renowned artists, his influence is undeniable. His latest album, “The Love Album – Off the Grid,” released last year, received critical acclaim, although Combs did not attend the subsequent Grammy Awards ceremony.

As investigations unfold, the outcome of these legal battles remains uncertain, casting a shadow over the legacy of one of hip hop’s most iconic figures.



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