Choose your channels

Diddy's Homes Raided Amid Allegations: Victims Speak Out to Feds

Thursday, March 28, 2024 • Tamil Comments
Listen to article
--:-- / --:--
This is a beta feature and we would love to hear your feedback?
Send us your feedback to

Federal authorities pursued specific allegations of sex trafficking in the raid on two of Diddy's properties on Monday, with the alleged victims reported to be speaking during interviews.

A Department of Homeland Security officer, not authorized to speak publicly on the case, said the weeks-old investigation. The government's case, he added, is based on concrete and explicit allegations, not based on mere suspicion.

The public first became aware of these allegations against Diddy when, last November, his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura filed a federal civil suit against him. Three more cases alleging sexual assault, all settled out of court, followed that one. All of these D2 5s were followed by three more, all alleging sexual assault, which Diddy denies. Currently, there are no charges against him.

The attorney for Diddy, Aaron Dyer, did not respond to requests for comment from The Post.

The raid also seized electronic gadgets that could contain possible evidence. The US attorney's office for the Southern District of New York is leading the investigation, which involves several agencies. The ongoing police action against drugs has not resulted in Diddy's arrest, but it has detained him from leaving the country.

The interviews with the people who claimed to be victims and the alleged witnesses were far-reaching, with authorities getting substantial cooperation from them. The source said Diddy is still at large for now, but he added that it "emphasizes that the rapper is not a suspect; rather, he's under investigation, and he may still be taken into custody in the case.

Follow us on Google News and stay updated with the latest!