Diddy’s Homes Raided in Federal Investigation

Sean “Diddy” Combs‘ residences in Los Angeles and Miami were raided by the Department of Homeland Security on March 25th as part of an ongoing s*x trafficking investigation.

While details remain scarce, Homeland Security confirmed the raids were connected to investigations spanning Los Angeles, Miami, and New York. Reports from CNN indicate it’s unclear whether Combs was a specific target or if his properties were searched as part of a larger probe.

“Homeland Security Investigations 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,” a Homeland Security statement obtained by Consequence reads. “We will provide further information as it becomes available.”

According to Fox 11, who claim to have arrived first at the scene of the LA raid, several individuals were detained at Combs’ residence, though he was not present himself. Homeland Security expert Hal Kempfer, speaking to Fox 11, alleged the agency is investigating accusations of Combs drugging young women across multiple states. Kempfer further suggested authorities may be seeking evidence such as laptops to substantiate these claims.

These raids come amidst a string of s**ual assault and s*x trafficking lawsuits filed against Combs since November 2023. His former partner, Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura, accused him of r**e and physical abuse in a lawsuit that was quickly settled. Two additional lawsuits followed, with one woman alleging Combs drugged and s**ually assaulted her, and another claiming Combs and singer Aaron Hall gang-r**ed her and a friend in the early 1990s. Combs has vehemently denied all allegations.

Most recently, in late February, a male producer who worked on Combs’ latest album filed suit alleging s**ual assault and harassment. The producer, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, accuses Combs of forcing him to have sex with prostitutes, drugging him, and threatening him for over a year. The lawsuit includes claims of screenshots from gatherings at Combs’ homes where underage girls and sex workers were allegedly present.