Diddy Accusers May Appear In Front Of Grand Jury Soon

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Investigators are preparing to bring Diddy accusers in front of a federal grand jury in collaboration with the U.S. government, seeking to indict the mogul, according to CNN.

The news outlet announced the indictment plans on Wednesday, May 29, with two confirmed sources following Rolling Stone’s six-month investigative exposé by Nancy Dillon and Cheyenne Roundtree on Tuesday, May 28. The potential indictment will include the following charges: sex trafficking, money laundering, illegal drugs, and human trafficking; HSI also investigates narcotics smuggling and organized crime activities.

Sources say federal investigators are delving deeper, with some accusers being questioned multiple times. Accusers have cooperated, providing evidence they believe is helpful, and investigators are bringing in new witnesses for corroboration.

Federal agents possess video footage from Combs’ residences, though it’s unclear if the footage was seized during the raids or obtained from questioned individuals. One source mentioned investigators are contacting people identified in the videos.

At least one male sex worker, who claims to be a victim of Combs, has been questioned, and this individual appears in the footage held by federal investigators. Some lawsuits allege accusers were recorded having sex without their consent.

Combs has not addressed this specific accusation but issued a blanket denial in December 2023. In several civil suits, Combs is accused of drugging multiple accusers.

Recently, former fashion student April Lampros and former model Crystal McKinney filed lawsuits alleging Combs drugged them. Lampros claims Combs forced her to take ecstasy and then raped her.

Others named in Diddy’s lawsuits include Yung Miami, model Daphne Joy, and his assistant Brendan Paul. Paul accepted a plea deal on drug trafficking charges earlier this month.

Celebrity reactions to Diddy’s legal drama include 50 Cent, Suge Knight, Kelly Price, and many more. Yung Miami, LeBron James, and Meek Mill have reportedly unfollowed Diddy since the video of the mogul’s 2016 assault on then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura went public.

Combs and the legal team have not commented on the new investigation at this time.