(VIDEO) Diddy’s Los Angeles and Miami Homes RAIDED by Federal Law Enforcement

On Monday, a series of coordinated raids were conducted by federal investigators.

Including personnel from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), on two residences connected to musician Sean “Diddy” Combs.


The unexpected searches took place at properties in Miami and Los Angeles, prompting widespread speculation about the nature of the investigation.

Law enforcement officials confirmed that HSI New York led the enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation.


With support from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and local law enforcement partners.

However, they declined to provide further details at the time. Despite inquiries about whether Combs was the target of the raids, HSI officials did not respond.

One of the properties raided was a mansion located in the Homi Hills area of Los Angeles.

Which is associated with Combs’ company, Bad Boys Film Production. Although Combs does not own the mansion, he purchased the Miami house in 2021.

Aerial footage from Los Angeles showed multiple SWAT cars near the residence.



With agents wearing bulletproof vests seen retrieving items from the house and interviewing individuals on the premises.

The raids coincide with allegations made in a complaint accusing the 54-year-old music mogul of leading a criminal enterprise involved in sex trafficking.

The complaint characterizes the organization as widespread and dangerous, although specific details about the allegations remain undisclosed.


Combs has been the subject of multiple legal disputes alleging sexual misconduct, including rape and assault.

These accusations have been vehemently denied by Combs, and no criminal charges have been filed against him thus far.

Benjamin Brafman, Combs’ attorney, did not immediately respond to requests for comment regarding the recent raids.

One of the most notable accusers is singer Cassie Ventura, who filed a civil lawsuit in November 2023 accusing Combs of years of sexual assault, harassment, sex trafficking, and rape.

Ventura, who signed a 10-album deal with Combs’ Bad Boy Entertainment at the age of 19, invoked New York’s Adult Survivors Act to initiate legal action against him.

More recently, producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed a federal court lawsuit against Combs, alleging s;e;xual assault during the recording of Combs’ album “The Love Album Off the Grid.”

According to the lawsuit, Combs engaged in inappropriate behavior and coerced Jones into engaging in illicit activities, including the use of narcotics and solicitation of sex workers.


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Combs took to Instagram in December of the previous year to defend his reputation and refute the allegations made against him.

However, the ongoing legal battles and the recent raids on his properties suggest that the controversy surrounding the music mogul is far from over.

As the investigations continue, the public awaits further developments in this high-profile case.




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