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Diddy’s LA home raided by Homeland Security



Diddy’s Los Angeles residence underwent a federal raid on Monday as part of an investigation into sex trafficking, as reported by Fox News.

The Department of Homeland Security conducted the raid in the Holmby Hills area, with witnesses noting federal agents entering the property. Fox also mentioned that Diddy’s Miami home faced a similar raid on the same day.

The renowned rapper has faced mounting legal challenges in recent months, with four lawsuits alleging historical sexual abuse, all of which he vehemently denies. It remains uncertain whether this investigation is connected to any of these accusations.

Footage from the scene captured DHS agents conducting the raid, and several individuals leaving the premises were detained by authorities.

The property is owned by a division of Diddy’s record company, Bad Boy Entertainment, and one of his daughters, as per Fox’s report.

Diddy, born Sean Combs, faced a high-profile lawsuit last year from his former girlfriend, Casandra Ventura, also known as Cassie. The suit alleged years of sexual abuse, but the parties reportedly reached a settlement the following day.


Additional lawsuits have since emerged, including one from an individual referred to as Jane Doe, who claimed she was sexually assaulted by Diddy and his friends after being invited to his NYC recording studio at the age of 17. Combs has strongly refuted these claims.

Another lawsuit alleged that Diddy and another individual assaulted two women in the early ’90s, while a third lawsuit from Joi Dickerson accused Diddy of drugging and assaulting her when she was 19 in 1991.

In response to these allegations, Diddy has maintained his innocence, stating through a representative in December that he was being unfairly targeted with fabricated accusations due to his fame and wealth.

As this story continues to develop, stay tuned for further updates.