Diddy’s son returns to UCLA Bruins

Photo Credit: Watch What Happens Live’s Instagram (@bravowwhl)
Photo Credit: Watch What Happens Live’s Instagram (@bravowwhl)

Diddy found himself in a sea of hot water earlier this year when he was arrested after allegedly assaulting a UCLA Bruins coach for supposedly bullying his son Justin Combs. Since then, things have calmed down between Diddy and UCLA and now it appears that Justin is finally off the hook and reportedly back on the team.

As previously reported, Diddy got into a fight with UCLA coach Sal Alosi in June after he allegedly witnessed Alosi bullying his son, Bruins defensive player Justin Combs, during practice. Diddy later claimed that he acted in self-defense.

Unfortunately for Diddy, he was charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terroristic threats and one count of battery.

Luckily, UCLA coaches want the charges against Diddy dropped and the L.A. County D.A. decided to reject the case because the felony charges were weak. However, Diddy could still face misdemeanor charges from the L.A. City attorney.

According to TMZ, sources say that Bruins coach Jim Mora met with Justin last week to talk things out over Diddy’s fight with Alosi. Reportedly, the conversation went well because Justin is back at practice with the team.

However, sources say Diddy is no longer allowed at practice, which isn’t surprising at all.

Diddy even posted a photo of his son at practice on his Instagram page yesterday.

Photo Credit: Diddy's Instagram (@iamdiddy)
Photo Credit: Diddy’s Instagram (@iamdiddy)

Well, it looks like this fiasco is finally ending on a peaceful note and, luckily for Justin, it didn’t last too long.

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