Diddy's Miami and LA Properties Raided by Homeland Security as Part of Sex Trafficking Investigation

The artist has been facing multiple sexual misconduct claims in the past few months.

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The Miami and Los Angeles residential properties of Sean “Diddy” Combs have been raided by Homeland Security on Monday afternoon. According to NBC News, an unnamed source revealed that one man and three women were interviewed by the federal officials in relation to the alleged sex trafficking, sexual assault, solicitation and distribution of illegal narcotics and firearms. In recent months, Diddy has been accused multiple times for sexual misconduct.

Homeland Security Investigations confirmed the raid in a statement, “Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners.” Fox11‘s video footage appears to show the raid taking place. From a helicopter point of view, it shows several people in the property handcuffed, with some outlets identifying those as Combs’ sons, Justin and King. The artist is currently facing a series of lawsuits that began with R&B singer Cassie accusing Diddy of being a “serial domestic abuser” throughout their relationship.

Other allegations include one where Diddy was accused of raping and trafficking a 17-year-old girl in 2003. Diddy reportedly drugged the young girl and raped her along with two associates. The Jane Doe has accused him of running a “sex trafficking scheme.” Since the allegations, Diddy has stepped down as chairman of Revolt. His Hulu reality show has also been canceled. It remains to be seen how this will unfold.

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