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Sean “Diddy” Combs‘ son King Combs spoke out after being detained by Homeland Security during a raid on their Los Angeles home. King used Snapchat to share a message urging people to stop lying. The raid was part of an ongoing federal sex trafficking investigation, but Diddy has not been charged or arrested in connection to the case. Reports claimed that both King and his brother Justin were detained during the raid, but were released a few hours later.

Diddy’s lawyer criticized the use of excessive force during the raid, stating that there was no excuse for the way Diddy’s children and employees were treated. Following the raids, Diddy flew to Miami, where he was seen spending time with his daughters. None of Diddy’s other children have publicly commented on the raids or the investigation. King continued to post on Instagram, sharing a throwback photo with his late mother, Kim Porter.

Since late 2023, Diddy’s behavior has been under scrutiny. In November 2023, his ex-girlfriend Cassie accused him of sexual assault and physical abuse over a 10-year period. Diddy denied the claims and settled the case the following day. This prompted other individuals to come forward with similar stories, including music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones. In a lawsuit filed in February, Jones accused Diddy of sexual harassment and hiring sex workers. Diddy denied the allegations, including those of sex trafficking. Justin was also named in the suit but has not addressed his alleged involvement.

Homeland Security has not provided further details on Diddy’s connection to the investigation. If anyone is a victim of human trafficking, they are encouraged to contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Despite the controversy surrounding Diddy and his family, the rapper has not faced any legal consequences in connection to the investigation. The situation continues to unfold, and the public remains curious about the outcome of the federal sex trafficking investigation.

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