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Sean "Diddy" Combs' Home Raided by Homeland Security in Sex Trafficking Investigation


Homeland Security agents on Monday raided a Holmby Hills home associated with rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs and his production company.
Homeland Security agents on Monday raided a Holmby Hills home associated with rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs and his production company.

 

The Los Angeles and Miami homes of music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs were raided by Homeland Security in connection with a federal sex trafficking investigation. The investigation, which included allegations of drugging young women, took place in the luxurious Holmby Hills neighborhood. Federal agents were seen conducting the investigation at Combs' home, which is registered to Bad Boys Films, a division of Bad Boy Entertainment.

Recent lawsuits have further shed light on allegations of abuse against Combs. Last year, R&B singer Cassie filed a lawsuit detailing years of alleged abuse during her relationship with Combs. Similarly, two more women came forward accusing Combs of sexual abuse, filing lawsuits on the eve of the expiration of the Adult Survivors Act in New York.

Additional allegations surfaced in 2024, with a male music producer filing a lawsuit against Combs for repeated instances of unsolicited groping and sexual touching. Combs' attorney has vehemently denied the claims, calling them "pure fiction."

As the investigations continue, the public awaits further developments in this ongoing legal saga involving the renowned music mogul.

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