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Diddy’s Homes In Los Angeles And Miami Were Raided By Feds Amid Ongoing Sex Trafficking Lawsuit

Mondays are the worst, especially if you’re Sean “Diddy” Combs. The billionaire had his homes in Los Angeles and Miami raided by federal agents on Monday. A spokesperson for Homeland Security said in a statement that the raids were “executed” as part of an ongoing investigation.

The investigation is being led by the Southern District of New York and pertains to the human trafficking claims against the music mogul.

In December, a complaint was filed against Combs by a Canadian woman identified only as Jane Doe, who says she was sex-trafficked and gang raped in 2003 when she was 17 and in the 11th grade. The lawsuit names Combs, former Bad Boy Entertainment president Harve Pierre and an unnamed third defendant, and claims Pierre and the third unnamed defendant approached the teen at a lounge in Detroit, Michigan, where Pierre allegedly told her he was ‘best friends’ with Combs and proceeded to call him.

The complaint allegedly had photos attached, but we’re not sure what the photos are. The victim says Pierre convinced her to take a private jet to Combs’ studio in NYC, where she alleges she was given drugs/alcohol and gang raped by Diddy and his pals.

Of course, Diddy has denied these allegations, writing, “Enough is enough,” back in December. Although, with the raid of his home, one has to imagine the claims have some validity.

Diddy’s sons were placed in handcuffs during the raid, but that’s customary during these types of searches. They were released once the raid was completed.

Multiple celebs have been reacting to this news in the last 24 hours, including 50 Cent, who pointed out that feds don’t usually show up like that at someone’s house unless they got a legit case. “Sh*t just got real. The Fed’s in all the cribs, damn they got the kids in cuffs,” he captioned one post.

50 has since deleted the posts, but the message remains the same… the fall of Diddy has officially begun.