Was Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs home raided by the feds
A TikTok user is alleging on his account that Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs was raided by federal authorities and reportedly had over 30 videos seized.
Arthur Flekk, whose bio describes him as a “Platinum Music Producer & CEO” and who has over 100,000 followers on TikTok, claimed in a video with over 150,000 views that he received a phone call about the Feds allegedly raiding the home of hip-hop mogul Diddy.
In the video, he played a voicemail left by an unidentified person.
“Man I feel sorry for Diddy,” the voicemail said. “The feds have went to his house…raided his house…while he is in London and his mother was there.” “They confiscated 32 videos and they are going through the footage to validate what Ca*sie said and others”, the voicemail continued.
The unidentified man in the voicemail expressed sympathy for “Puffy.” He said they were friends.
“But sometimes you got to pay the piper,” the unidentified man said in the voicemail.
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Who accused Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs of sexual a*sault
On November 16, Diddy’s former longtime partner and singer Ca*sie, whose birth name is Ca*sandra Ventura, filed a $30 million lawsuit against Diddy, accusing him of raping and abusing her during their decade-long relationship. Ca*sie ended her relationship with Diddy in 2018, after it had been on-and-off since it began in 2007.
The next day, on November 17, Ca*sie released a statement announcing that she and the hip-hop mogul had settled her sexual a*sault claims in an undisclosed agreement.
But that wasn’t the end for Diddy. On November 23, Diddy was sued by another woman named Joi D**kerson-Neal. In her complaint, she stated under penalty of perjury that Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs drugged and raped her when she was a college student at Syracuse University in 1991.
Her attorneys stated that she was a victim of “revenge p**n” after Diddy allegedly recorded the incident and shared the video with others in the music industry.
And, of course, Diddy has denied the allegations, as they always do. On the same day, another woman came forward and filed a lawsuit accusing Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall of taking turns raping her and a friend at Hall’s home in New York City over 30 years ago.
Diddy also denied those allegations.
On December 6, Diddy was sued again by a woman who provided photos of herself sitting on his lap and inside his New York City studio on the night when she was allegedly “gang raped.”
In her lawsuit, the fourth victim alleged that Diddy, former Bad Boy Entertainment president Harve Pierre, and a third individual identified as the “Third A*sailant” sex trafficked and gang-raped her when she was 17 years old.
Of course, Diddy denied those allegations and stated that everyone was just trying to get money from him.
Do y’all think the feds raided Diddy’s home?