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Homeland Security raids Diddy's LA and Miami houses


In recent months, the rapper and music mogul has been confronted with a series of claims about sexual assault; however, he has consistently denied any alleged misconduct.


Reports have emerged today (25 March) stating that properties owned by Sean "Diddy" Combs in Los Angeles and Miami were raided by Homeland Security.



As per Fox 11 reports, the raids are linked to a federal sex trafficking investigation.



According to a statement from Homeland Security, law enforcement actions were carried out today in New York as part of an ongoing investigation. The operation received assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and local law enforcement partners. We will continue to update you with more information as it becomes available.



Combs owns a luxurious mansion in the prestigious Holmby Hills neighbourhood of Los Angeles, which is situated near the affluent areas of Bel Air and Beverly Hills. He also possesses a lavish residence on the highly sought-after Star Island in Miami Beach.



In recent months, the 54-year-old rapper and music mogul has been confronted with a series of sexual assault allegations.



In February, a male music producer made severe allegations against Combs, claiming that he was sexually assaulted and coerced into engaging with sex workers.



The case, filed in a federal court in New York, said that the music magnate engaged in recurrent acts of unwelcome physical contact and sexual groping. Additionally, it was noted that the guy was forced to labour in a lavatory while Combs bathed and roamed unclothed.



Combs's attorney, Shawn Holley, characterised the events outlined in the complaint as "completely fabricated."



"We possess compelling and irrefutable evidence that his assertions are entirely false," he said. "We will litigate these absurd accusations and pursue all necessary measures against the individuals who make them."



In November, a legal settlement was reached between the rapper and Cassie, an R&B singer, Cassandra Ventura. Cassie had alleged several instances of trafficking, rape, and physical assault perpetrated by the rapper over ten years.



The plaintiff's complaint claimed that Combs enticed the singer into his extravagant, high-speed, and substance-addicted way of life shortly after their first encounter and then signed her to his record company when she was 19 and he was 37 in 2005.



According to Cassie, the alleged abuse began right from the start of their relationship. She claims that in 2018, as she was attempting to break things off, he allegedly entered her Los Angeles home against her will and committed a sexual assault.



Diddy's lawyer vehemently denied the allegations. He and Cassie stated that the settlement was reached in a friendly manner.


According to Ben Brafman, Combs' attorney, it is essential to clarify that settling a lawsuit, particularly in 2023, does not imply any admission of wrongdoing. Despite settling the lawsuit, Mr. Combs maintains his firm denial of the claims.



"He expresses satisfaction with the mutual settlement reached and extends his best wishes to Ms. Ventura."



A new accuser has come forward with a disturbing allegation against Diddy. According to this woman, she claims that he sexually assaulted her when she was just 17 years old, nearly twenty years ago.



Combs vehemently denied the allegations. In a statement released in December, he vehemently denounced the allegations as "sickening" and dismissed his accusers as individuals seeking a quick financial gain.



In a statement, he vehemently denied involvement in the alleged wrongdoing and emphatically stated his innocence: "I am determined to defend my reputation, protect my loved ones, and uncover the truth."


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