Federal Grand Jury To Hear Accusers In Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Case

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Recent developments indicate that federal investigators are poised to bring forth accusers of music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs before a federal grand jury, signaling a potential escalation in the ongoing probe by the US Justice Department.

Sources familiar with the investigation have revealed to CNN that potential witnesses, including individuals who have filed civil lawsuits against Combs, have been notified of the possibility of testifying before a federal grand jury in New York City.

This development underscores the seriousness of the government’s inquiry into the allegations leveled against the producer and founder of Bad Boy Records.

Combs has been embroiled in legal battles, with eight civil lawsuits filed against him since November.

Seven of these lawsuits directly accuse him of sexual assault, while one implicates his son, Christian Combs, with Sean Combs allegedly aiding and abetting.

Notably, one of the lawsuits, filed by former girlfriend Cassie Ventura, has been settled.

The investigation into Combs’ activities has also expanded to encompass broader issues, including sex trafficking, money laundering, and illegal drug activities, according to law enforcement sources.

Federal agents have interviewed numerous accusers and are reportedly in possession of video footage taken inside Combs’ residences, obtained during searches conducted in March.

Accusers have alleged various forms of misconduct, including drugging and sexual assault, with some claiming they were recorded without their consent during intimate encounters.

Despite Combs’ vehement denials of wrongdoing, federal investigators are delving deeper into the allegations, with accusers actively cooperating with the probe and providing evidence.

As the investigation progresses, Combs’ legal team has sought to dismiss certain claims made against him, labeling them as “made up” and “not credible.”

However, the looming possibility of a federal grand jury hearing suggests that the legal challenges facing the music mogul may be far from over.