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Sean “Diddy” Combs would have been doing his thing since college

A six-month investigation reveals new allegations against the rapper and music mogul

A recent investigation into the past of Sean “Diddy” Combs shed light on some little-known situations that continue to add fuel to the fire in the case currently being studied by US authorities.

Rolling Stone magazine wasted no time in embarking on an exhaustive six-month investigation into Combs' life and career. The result was a revealing article that shed light on dark aspects of his past and present.

It was after the R&B singer Casandra “Cassie.” Ventura filed a sex trafficking lawsuit against record mogul and billionaire businessman Sean “Diddy” Combs that the magazine undertook its investigation. The news shook the music industry and left many wondering what else could be hidden behind the façade of fame and success.

The unreported past

One of the most surprising findings was an allegation of violence against a woman on the campus of Howard University, where Combs studied. This allegation was previously unreported and raises questions about the culture of silence surrounding powerful figures.

At the prestigious university, Sean “Diddy” Combs became famous for his loud weekly parties, but also for something very shady: an alleged incident outside a school dormitory.

A classmate revealed that Combs appeared one night outside a women's dormitory and began yelling, asking his then-girlfriend to leave in a "belligerent" manner. Several students began running through the hallways, knocking on doors in panic, as described by the informant whose name is being kept secret. They were sounding the alarm that Combs, then known by his nickname “Puff,” was attacking the young woman outside, he recalls. “Puff is here acting crazy. He is hitting her,” the students said, according to the classmate.

“He screamed and screamed and played dumb until she came down the stairs,” recalled a student who also witnessed the scene. She says Combs used what appeared to be a belt to hit the girl “everywhere.” The witness added that Combs seemed “super angry” and was “screaming at the top of his lungs.” He also mentioned that he “hit her butt, he really hit her butt.” 

A third source confirmed what happened, but the victim declined to speak to Rolling Stone about the events.

Aggression and harassment

Additionally, the article details new claims of physical assault and sexual harassment. A freelance employee alleges that Combs harassed her at a party in 2001. These testimonies add to six additional sexual assault lawsuits filed by five women and one man since Ventura spoke out about her.

People who were brave enough to tell what they know describe Combs as a serial predator. He used his fame, fortune and status in the industry to hide a volatile temperament and disturbing, narcissistic behavior for decades.

His reputation as a party host was also used as a shield to cover up his actions.

Combs' response

In a video posted to social media, Combs apologized for punching Ventura in a hotel hallway, calling his actions “disgusting.” However, he denies all allegations in court documents and through his attorneys.

Likewise, Sean “Diddy” Combs' lawyer, Jonathan Davis, did not respond to the specific accusations made by Rolling Stone's sources.

In his statement, he stated that authorities are conducting a thorough investigation and is confident that they will be addressed in the appropriate forum, where facts are distinguished from fiction.

Research

The United States justice system is preparing to bring potential accusers of rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs to testify before a federal jury, who has been under scrutiny for months for sex trafficking and has accumulated several complaints of abuse.

According to EFE and according to the CNN network, which cites two sources close to the matter, the US Department of Justice indicated to witnesses and alleged victims of the singer that they could be called to testify before a federal grand jury in the Big Apple.

The juries, made up of ordinary citizens and very common in the United States, participate both in the investigation - approving the selection of documents and witnesses - and in the vote to decide whether to criminally charge the suspects.

The fact that the court offered the alleged victims the possibility of testifying before a federal jury means that the case has passed the preliminary phase, in which the authorities evaluate whether or not the law has been violated.

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What is attributed to him?

Sean “Diddy” Combs is currently facing an investigation for crimes related to human trafficking and seven women are accusing him of sexual assault.

Last April, a woman sued the rapper's son, Christian “King” Combs, for sexual assault and denounced “Diddy” for civil liability and complicity in the alleged assault.

Furthermore, just a few weeks ago a security video from 2016 went viral on social media in which he physically attacked his ex-partner Cassie Ventura, with whom he reached a financial agreement to resolve her abuse accusations that he had previously denied. He described it this way Últimas Noticias.

CNN sources indicate that possible witnesses are not yet preparing to testify and the Office of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is gathering evidence and questioning possible relevant sources in its federal investigation into Combs.

In this sense, most of the people who filed civil lawsuits against Combs have already had an interview with the authorities, and according to the media they "actively" cooperated with the authorities and provided evidence that they believe could be useful in the investigation.

Among this evidence would be a video that was recorded inside Combs' residences in Los Angeles and Miami, which the Police recently recorded.

The rapper is also under investigation for drug smuggling and other organized criminal activities.

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