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Diddy’s electronics reportedly seized in homeland security raid

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Federal agents with Homeland Security Investigations seized a number of electronic devices as part of the court-authorized searches of Sean “Diddy” Combs‘ two properties.

Law enforcement sources told ABC News that the searches, carried out in Los Angeles and Miami, were part of a federal sex trafficking investigation into the hip-hop and liquor mogul.

HSI agents flooded Diddy’s LA mansion and gathered evidence as part of an investigation led by prosecutors with the Southern District of New York.

Four women have filed civil lawsuits against Combs accusing him of rape, sex trafficking, and other alleged abuses. He has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct.

Several women have spoken with federal prosecutors in Manhattan, the sources said, who dispatched agents to try and gather evidence to corroborate their accounts.

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In a statement to ABC News on Monday, an HSI spokesperson said the searches were executed “as part of an ongoing investigation” by HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and local law enforcement.

Law enforcement sources familiar with the matter said the searches were carried out at Combs’ properties as part of a federal investigation led by the Southern District of New York into alleged human trafficking.

No criminal charges have been filed in the investigation.



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