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Diddy is facing possible criminal charges

The US Department of Justice has reportedly impaneled a grand jury to listen to a mountain of evidence to try to get an indictment
Diddy (Photo: Shutterstock/lev radin)
Diddy (Photo credit: / lev radin)

There is a sense of foreboding swirling through Diddy’s inner circle as the feds have empaneled a grand jury to try to bring criminal charges against the embattled Bad Boy boss.

According to a published report by CNN, the U.S. Department of Justice has notified many of the people who have filed civil lawsuits against Sean “Diddy” Combs that they could be called as prosecutorial witnesses to testify against him.

To date, there have been eight lawsuits filed against the music mogul since singer and ex-girlfriend Cassie started the precipitous downward spiral of Diddy by accusing him of an assortment of criminality, deviancy, and debauchery in November 2023.

The feds are preparing to present their evidence against Diddy

As the Justice Department prepares to present a compelling case to the grand jury, the Department of Homeland Security is continuing its meticulous investigation to help present a bullet-proof case. Popular culture was stunned when armed agents from the DHS raided Diddy’s opulent estates in Los Angeles and Miami in April 2024 and confiscated multiple items of property, particularly electronic equipment.

Diddy’s image and brand had perhaps already suffered irreparable damage — even before CNN released the damning video showing him beating, kicking and dragging Cassie in a Los Angeles hotel in 2016.

Since then, at least three more lawsuits have been filed against Diddy in May 2024, including one from a former model. She claims that since the night of an alleged sexual assault by Diddy in 2003, she kept the clothing wrapped up in a plastic bag and hasn’t washed them in the ensuing 20 years.

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