Diddy claims he’s a victim of a witch hunt, but report makes him look like Jeffrey Epstein

Rapper and hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs has broken his silence about the raid earlier this week on his homes in Los Angeles and Miami.

“There is no excuse for the excessive show of force and hostility exhibited by authorities,” his attorney said in a statement on his behalf.

“This unprecedented ambush — paid with an advanced, coordinated media presence — leads to a premature rush to judgment of Mr. Combs and is nothing more than a witch hunt,” the statement continued.

According to Fox News host Jesse Watters, the raid was likely “triggered by a litany of lawsuits, including [one] from his own ex, alleging abuse, rape, and sex trafficking,” and including one from his former producer, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, containing even more disgusting allegations.

“Now for over a year, Lil Rod had unfettered access to Diddy’s world: his homes, his planes, and his parties, where he claims he witnessed mountains of narcotics, illegal firearms, laced drinks, sex workers, and underage boys and girls,” Watters said Tuesday on Fox News’ “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

“The producer claims he was groped by Diddy, groomed, and forced into humiliating sexual performances. Diddy’s chief of staff, Kristina Khorram, is said to have been the Ghislaine Maxwell to Sean Combs, allegedly ordering her assistants to keep Mr. Combs high off gummies, pills, cocaine, and ecstasy, and maintaining a steady stream of sex workers for her boss,” Watters added.

The producer’s lawsuit also claims the sex workers and underage girls were forced to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) before attending his “freakout parties.”

Moreover, according to Lil Rod, these “freakout parties” were attended by a slew of celebrity figures, including the rapper/singer Usher.

Usher is highly relevant to the suit because in 2016 he told shock jock radio show Howard Stern that he’d witnessed shocking, inappropriate things while living with Diddy when he was just 13/14.

“It was pretty wild,” he said. “It was crazy. There were very curious things taking place and I didn’t necessarily understand it.”


Also, in a 2004 Rolling Stone interview, Usher said that Combs introduced him to “a totally different set of s**t — sex, specifically.”

“Sex is so hot in the industry, man,” he continued. “There was always girls around. You’d open a door and see somebody doing it, or several people in a room having an orgy. You never knew what was going to happen.”

Also relevant to all this is disturbing video footage of Diddy hanging out with singer Justin Bieber when he was just 15 years old.

“He’s having forty-eight hours with Diddy, where we hanging out and what we’re doing we can’t really disclose,” the rapper says in the clip. “But it’s definitely a 15-year-old’s dream.”

“I have been given custody of him. He’s signed to Usher and I had legal guardianship of Usher when he did his first album. I don’t have legal guardianship of him [Bieber] but for the next forty-eight hours he’s with me and we’re gonna go full crazy,” he adds.


According to Watters, “Lil Rod believes that [Diddy] possesses compromising footage of every person that has attended his freak-off parties and his house parties.”

“The complaint argues that these freak-off parties were a business model,” Watters reported. “Young and up-and-coming talent attended and were promised career opportunities and access to music executives. They were then plied with drugs and alcohol, filmed, some were blackmailed, there was a quid pro quo.”

Video footage from inside Diddy’s raided mansion obtained by TMZ shows the home littered with evidence, including pill bottles, busted safes, and designer clothes.


“Diddy operated like he was protected,” Watters continued Tuesday on Fox News. “[Diddy] made it clear that his head of security, Faheem Muhammad, had the power to make people and problems disappear. Muhammad was the former head of security for Michael Jackson, who was also accused of sexual deviancy.”

Muhammad allegedly paid off law enforcement at times, prompting one incident in which Diddy allegedly bragged about getting away with a shooting.

“Diddy and his girlfriend at the time, Jennifer Lopez, weren’t charged for the New York City nightclub shooting involving the rapper Shine,” according to Watters.

“Another shooting that Lil Rod alleges he saw was a shooting inside of Diddy’s own studio that left blood in the restroom, where Diddy instructed Lil Rod to lie to the police by telling them that the victim was shot standing outside the studio by a drive-by assailant,” Watters added.

Vivek Saxena


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