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Disturbing Video Shows Sean “Diddy” Combs Assaulting Cassie Ventura



Disturbing Video Shows Sean "Diddy" Combs Assaulting Cassie Ventura

iexclusivenews – A disturbing security video aired by CNN appears to show Sean “Diddy” Combs attacking his former partner, Cassie Ventura, in a Los Angeles hotel hallway in 2016.

The footage shows Combs, wearing only a white towel, punching, kicking, and dragging Cassie, as well as throwing a vase in her direction.

Allegations of Years of Sexual Abuse

The video release comes after Cassie filed a lawsuit in November, alleging years of sexual abuse and violence from Combs.

The lawsuit was settled, but sparked intense scrutiny of Combs, leading to multiple lawsuits and a federal criminal sex-trafficking investigation.

Combs Denies Allegations

Representatives for Combs have denied the allegations, stating he will fight to prove his innocence.

However, the video footage obtained by CNN appears to show Combs assaulting Cassie, corroborating her allegations.

Disturbing Video Shows Sean "Diddy" Combs Assaulting Cassie Ventura

Shocking Footage Reveals Physical Abuse

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Cassie’s Courage

Cassie’s attorney, Douglas Wigdor, praised her courage in coming forward, saying, “Words cannot express the courage and fortitude that Ms. Ventura has shown in bringing this to light.”

Combs’ History of Abuse

The allegations against Combs are not new. He has faced multiple lawsuits and investigations, including a sex-trafficking investigation that led to raids on his homes in Los Angeles and Miami.

Impact on Combs’ Career

The allegations have led to Combs stepping aside from some of his business roles.

He is a three-time Grammy winner and founder of Bad Boy Records, with a business empire including private-label spirits, fashion, and a TV network.

Cassie’s Career

Cassie, whose legal name is Cassandra Ventura, is an R&B singer and actor known for her hit single “Me & U” and appearances in TV shows and films like “Empire” and “Spenser Confidential.”

Statute of Limitations

It is unlikely Combs can be criminally charged in the attack due to the statute of limitations for assault or battery in California, which ranges from one to three years depending on the charges.

Ongoing Investigation

The sex-trafficking investigation is ongoing, and Combs has not been charged. However, the release of the video footage has sparked further scrutiny of Combs’ behavior and his treatment of women.

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