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Sean Diddy’s Properties Raided in S*X Trafficking Investigation

Officials announced on Monday that agents from the US Department of Homeland Security have launched an investigation into hip-hop icon Sean “Diddy” Combs, conducting searches at his residences in Los Angeles and the Miami area.

The investigation, led by Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents in New York, originates from a lawsuit filed against Combs by a former girlfriend in federal court in November. The lawsuit alleges his involvement in s*x trafficking.

Combs, 54, maintains his innocence, dismissing the allegations as extortion attempts for money. His lawyer, Ben Brafman, has not commented on the matter.

Television footage from Los Angeles stations depicted HSI agents and other law enforcement personnel raiding Combs’ lavish estate in the upscale Holmby Hills neighborhood.

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While several individuals were reportedly detained outside the residence, it remains unclear if any arrests were made.

Additionally, federal authorities executed a search warrant at Combs’ Miami-area home, specifically on Star Island in Miami Beach.

Agents were observed carrying materials from the property, although Combs’ whereabouts during the raids were unknown.

HSI spokespersons confirmed the law enforcement actions, carried out with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and local law enforcement partners, but did not disclose specifics regarding the nature of the investigation.

This inquiry follows a lawsuit filed by R&B singer Cassandra Ventura, accusing Diddy Combs of physical abuse, s*xual slavery, and rap* during their 10-year relationship.

Ventura claimed that Combs coerced her into engaging in intimate acts with male s*xual vendors while he observed and filmed the encounters.

Ventura’s lawsuit referenced violations of s*x trafficking and human trafficking statutes under federal, New York, and California laws. The case was settled under confidential terms shortly after its filing.

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