P Diddy Raided in Sex-Trafficking Probe

P.Diddy‘s House Raided in Sex-Trafficking Probe - Encounter Today - Blog

The Department of Homeland Security conducted raids on Sean (Diddy) Combs’ residences in Los Angeles and Miami as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation.

Combs has been the subject of several rape and sexual assault allegations.

Combs maintains that he is innocent and that his accusers are merely seeking “a quick payday.”

Several individuals were removed from Combs’ home in Los Angeles and detained by federal authorities but it is uncertain if any arrests were made.

It was reported that federal authorities also executed a search warrant at Combs’ Miami house. Footage showed officers going into the property and removing a box from the home.

Combs’ whereabouts during the raids were not known.

“Earlier today, 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,” a spokesperson for HSI told Retugers.

HSI didn’t specify what the ongoing investigation was about, however, they did confirm they were looking into the illegal movement of people, goods, money, technology and contraband into, out of and throughout the United States, including sex trafficking.

Adding to the speculation and controversy is when Encounter News found Prince Harry’s name included in the U.S. court documents relating to Combs.

Allegedly, Combs’ sex-trafficking parties were a magnet for guests as there was “access to celebrities and international dignitaries including Prince Harry.”

Although Prince Harry’s name is included in the court documents, there is no suggestion of any wrongdoing on his part.

The court document states:

“Among the financial benefits that the Defendants Lucian Charles Grainge, Ethiopia, Habtemariam, Motown Records, Love Records, and Universal Music Group received for participating in and facilitating Combs’ sex-trafficking venture were the affiliation and access to Mr. Combs popularity.”

“Mr. Combs was known for throwing the “best” parties. Affiliation with, and or sponsorship of Mr. Combs sex-trafficking parties garnered legitimacy and access to celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artist, musicians, and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry.”

Combs was nowhere to be found when agents conducted the raid, however, his private aircraft called the LoveAir LLC was tracked by TMZ and found grounded in Antigua. It is unclear if the rapper is on board the plane and on the run from authorities.

The rapper and music mogul has been fighting various legal battles, including one against an unnamed woman who claimed he and two friends sexually assaulted her when she was 17.

According to Rolling Stone interviews have been conducted by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York “for a probe related to alleged sex trafficking, domestic violence, and racketeering” which included “four Jane Does and one John Doe.”

The inquiry was being directed by Homeland Security Investigations agents in New York, where he was accused by a former girlfriend in a lawsuit filed in federal court in November of engaging in sex trafficking.

All parties involved are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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