Diddy’s Alleged Drug Mule Strikes Plea Deal, Avoids Jail Time

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Diddy’s alleged drug mule has reached a plea agreement that spares him from incarceration.

Brendan Paul, the individual accused of being a drug courier for the embattled Bad Boy boss, has secured a favorable outcome in his drug case, with TMZ reporting that he will dodge any jail time; albeit with certain conditions.

“Brendan accepted the prosecutor’s offer to permit his entry into the diversion program which, after completion, the case against him will be dismissed in its entirety.” Brendan’s attorney, Brian Bieber, tells the outlet.

A spokesperson for the Miami-Dade State Attorney also confirmed to the outlet that Brendan, facing a felony drug charge, received a standard offer for non-violent defendants with no prior offenses; instead opting for a drug diversion program, expected to run about six months.

While the case and charge remain pending until completion of the program, no jail time or probation is expected — should Paul successfully cross the finish line.

In March, Puff’s main assistant and former Syracuse University basketball player faced significant legal woes after being arrested and charged with felony drug possession. The arrest stemmed from a federal raid on a plane at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, during which authorities found cocaine and marijuana-infused candy.

It’s worth noting that Brendan’s arrest coincided with federal raids on Diddy’s posh pads in Miami and Los Angeles.

On the flip side, Diddy, who has confronted explosive allegations in five separate civil lawsuits, all of which he has vigorously denied, was not detained after the raids. However, his sons, Justin, 30, and King, 25, were not as fortunate, as they were detained during the operation. Fortunately, they were later released without facing any charges.

Aaron Dyer, Diddy’s attorney has continued to assert his client’s innocence, further criticizing the raids on his homes as an “excessive show of force.”