Sean Combs Homes Raided In Sex Trafficking Investigating

At approximately 3:00 p.m. on Monday, 30-40 federal agents raided the homes of the famous music artist Sean “Diddy” Combs. The warranted searches of the hip-hop star’s homes were part of a Homeland Security sex trafficking investigation.

BizPac Review reported that “heavily armed law enforcement officials” from the Department of Homeland Security’s Homeland Security Investigations division (HSI) searched Combs’ homes in Los Angeles, California and Miami, Florida.

Legal analysts speculate that authorities will soon search the rapper’s homes in offices in other states.

MSN reported that authorities have not filed charges and that Combs was not detained or arrested.

Following the raids, officers led multiple people away from the properties in handcuffs. Combs’ sons, Justin, 30, and King, 25, were among those escorted from the California residence.

HSI released the following statement: “Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami and our local law enforcement partners. We will provide further information as it becomes available.”

Combs was at a Miami airport when the raids occurred. TMZ posted footage of the rapper speaking on a cell phone, pacing back and forth hours after the raids.

A CNN report with Anderson Cooper noted law enforcement officials would not confirm what role, if any, they believe Combs played in the sex trafficking operation.

CNN added that federal authorities left Combs’ residences with boxes and bags—reportedly filled with electronic devices.

CNN special guest, legal analysts and former FBI agent Josh Campbell noted that in December, a female accused Combs of coordinating a sex-trafficking enterprise and sexually assaulting her when she was 17.

The report added that in February, a former employee accused Combs of forcing him to “procure interactive sex workers” and that Justin Combs solicited “prostitutes and underaged girls.”

The New York Post previously reported that three women have accused Combs of rape. The crimes reportedly occurred in the “early 1990s. Songwriter Aaron Hall is a co-defendant in the case.

Combs has denied all allegations and has not responded to requests for comment.

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