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Diddy No Longer Silent As Sex Trafficking Allegations May Include 1999 Shooting In NYC And More

Diddy No Longer Silent As Sex Trafficking Allegations May Include 1999 Shooting In NYC And More

Main Key Points:

  • Diddy is back on social media after the police investigation.

  • The police might be looking into an old shooting case from 1999 as part of their investigation into Diddy.

  • Diddy was seen in Miami over the Easter weekend.

  • A dancer who used to work with Diddy says she had a very bad experience with him.

  • 50 Cent says his ex-girlfriend is lying about him hurting her. This comes after her name appeared in a lawsuit against Diddy.

  • The lawsuit against Diddy includes serious claims made by someone named Lil Rod.

On March 25th, Sean "Diddy" Combs' homes in Los Angeles and Miami were searched by federal law enforcement officers. The reason for the searches is reportedly connected to an ongoing investigation into sex trafficking.


Diddy Posts on Social Media After Home Raids

Sean "Diddy" Combs recently returned to social media after federal agents raided his homes in Miami and Los Angeles in late March. The raids were connected to an ongoing sex trafficking investigation. Diddy has denied all wrongdoing and called the use of force by the agents excessive.

On the same day as the raids, a man named Brendan Paul, described by police as being connected to Diddy, was arrested at a Miami airport for allegedly carrying illegal items in his luggage.

Over the Easter weekend, Diddy was seen a few times in Miami near his home. He also posted pictures of his young daughter on Instagram, but didn't mention the legal issues he's facing.

There are reports that the investigation may expand to include a look back at a shooting that happened at Club New York in 1999. This comes after several lawsuits were filed against Diddy in recent months accusing him of sexual abuse.


Diddy Hit With Lawsuit and Home Raids

A music producer named Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones recently sued rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs, claiming sexual assault. Jones worked for Diddy between September 2022 and November 2023. His lawsuit accuses Diddy and other people of wrongdoing.

Diddy's lawyer says the claims are completely made up.

This lawsuit became a big story again this week after police searched Diddy's homes in California and Florida. Officials said the searches were part of an ongoing investigation. Diddy's lawyer says the searches were too much force.

Jones' lawsuit is the most serious legal case against Diddy so far. Here are some of the names mentioned in the lawsuit:


Music producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones sued rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs and his people last month, saying they sexually assaulted him. Jones worked for Combs between September 2022 and November 2023. He named some famous people in his lawsuit, but they all deny any wrongdoing.

This lawsuit came back into the news this week after police raided Combs' homes in California and Florida. Officials said the raids were part of an ongoing investigation. Combs' lawyer said the raids were way too much force.

Jones' lawsuit is the most serious legal case against Combs so far. Here are some of the details:

  • Prince Harry: Jones says people involved in Combs' parties may have connected with British royalty, including Prince Harry. But Jones doesn't say Harry did anything wrong.


  • Actresses and Rappers:  Jones says Combs forced him to be with certain women, including actress Daphne Joy and rapper Yung Miami. Both women say this is not true.

  • Music Industry People: Jones also sued some music company CEOs, saying they are responsible for what Combs did because they worked with him. These CEOs deny this and say Jones' lawyer is lying about them.

  • Actor Cuba Gooding Jr.: After the raids, Jones added actor Cuba Gooding Jr. to his lawsuit, saying Gooding assaulted him too. Gooding's representatives haven't commented yet.



  • Diddy's Staff: Jones says a woman who works for Combs, Kristina Khorram, made Combs' employees carry drugs and get women for him. Khorram hasn't commented on this.



Sean "Diddy" Combs' legal troubles could involve a past shooting incident



Sean "Diddy" Combs is facing new legal scrutiny. Federal agents raided his homes in connection with a sex trafficking investigation. This investigation might also look back at a famous nightclub shooting from 1999.

According to two law enforcement sources who spoke to the New York Post, the FBI probe into Combs could be widened to include the shooting at Club New York. Three people were injured in that incident.

This comes after a lawsuit filed in February by music producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones. Jones accuses Combs of sexual assault and forcing him to have sex with prostitutes. The lawsuit also claims that Combs bragged about bribing witnesses and jurors in the trial connected to the 1999 shooting.

Combs, his then-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez, his bodyguard, and rapper Jamal "Shyne" Barrow were all arrested after the shooting.


Once Grand Atlanta Home Sits Empty


A dusty mansion in Atlanta, once owned by musician Sean "P Diddy" Combs, shows signs of neglect. Inside, countertops are covered in grime, and cobwebs cling to a fancy chandelier. Furniture and decorations gather dust in the large, empty rooms.

Combs, founder of Bad Boy Entertainment, bought the house in 2003 for $2.6 million. The mansion has 8 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, and was built in 1987. While news recently brought attention to Combs due to raids at other properties, no reason has ever been given for why this Atlanta home remains abandoned.

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