Sean "Diddy" Combs Ex-Girlfriend Cooperating With Federal Investigation of Allegations of Sex Trafficking

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 04/14/2024
More than a week after law officials raided two of Sean "Diddy" Combs' houses, he is still the subject of a federal investigation into his alleged involvement in sex trafficking. According to reports, the federal government is assisting a number of the businessman's accusers in legal proceedings, including his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura. However, the music mogul is not hiding. He has been seen taking pictures all throughout Miami and sharing them on social media.

The musician has reportedly been assisting law enforcement "for several weeks," according to TMZ. Cassie filed an explosive complaint against Diddy in November, claiming, among other unsettling things, that she had been mistreated, raped, and the object of sex trafficking. Cassie spent almost ten years with the guy. Her accusations were similar to many of the ones made in subsequent civil actions. Other women have reportedly met with federal officials as well, according to TMZ, however it is unclear whether they are the same accusers who are suing the founder of Bad Boy Records. Diddy, via his lawyer, has refuted every accusation.

Yahoo Entertainment requested a statement from Douglas Wigdor, Cassie's attorney and an attorney for a Jane Doe complainant, but did not hear back right enough.

Despite the fact that the multimillionaire rapper is in a tough circumstance, a source told People that he is "keeping his cool."

He does not allow turmoil to have an impact on his kids. He wants his kids to be happy and worry-free. The source said, "He has faith in his legal team."

Diddy seems unconcerned as he strolls about Miami in photos. On Easter, he went back on social media to post images of his 1-year-old daughter, Love, but he had blocked comments on Instagram postings.

Jeffrey Lichtman is Justin's defense attorney. Lichtman also criticized what he saw as the overuse of force by the federal authorities on his podcast Beyond the Legal Limit.

"It was absurd," he said. "The thing that disturbs me the most about it is not so much the excessive search that took place at Puff Daddy's two residences, but the fact that the media was undoubtedly informed about it either immediately or just in time before." They were all there and prepared to record. That is not good.

Lichtman said he intended to criticize the “ridiculous” manner the raids happened but that he does not “know enough about the case” against Diddy to “advocate” for the musician.

Prior to this, a legal expert told Yahoo that the use of force was not excessive. "When a search warrant is used, that is the standard procedure," Silva Megerditchian, a criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles, said.

Every time the federal government conducts a raid, the persons concerned often consider it to be excessive. In order to maintain control of the situation or for the safety of themselves, officers have been known to handcuff and damage residences, as well as to imprison innocent individuals, including children. "Agents will demolish houses in search of the evidence specified in the warrant. Regretfully, Diddy and his family's experience is indistinguishable from that of any other individual under federal scrutiny.


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