Documentary reveals HSI agents removed 250 CAMERAS from Diddy’s LA and Miami homes
05/05/2024 // Ramon Tomey // Views

A new documentary has revealed that federal agents from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) removed 250 cameras from the homes of rapper Diddy (born Sean Combs) in Los Angeles and Miami.

Rapper-turned-author Mark Curry disclosed this development in a TMZ documentary titled "The Downfall of Diddy." According to the "Bad Boy 4 Life" singer, agents found a lot of recording devices in Diddy's homes. Curry further suggested that many people may have been secretly recorded in compromising positions.

"They have 250 cameras taken from his houses," said the former rap artist with Combs' Bad Boy Records. "A lot of people may be running from that tape."

Curry isn't the only one who has attested to the rap mogul secretly recording various individuals for use as blackmail material. Music producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones made a similar claim in a lawsuit against Combs he filed in February. According to the filing, the hip-hop star reportedly stashed hidden cameras in his Holmby Hills mansion in LA and at his Star Island residence in Miami Beach.

"While living and traveling with Combs, Jones discovered that [the rap mogul] had hidden cameras in every room of his home," the music producer's filing stated. It also alleged that Combs regularly partied with sex workers and "underage girls." These attendees were being drugged and trafficked and were required to sign nondisclosure agreements. (Related: Sean "Diddy" Combs has BLACKMAIL VIDEOS of influential people, former bodyguard says.)

Agents from HSI, which is under the Department of Homeland Security, raided Combs' residences in March in line with a sex trafficking investigation. An attorney for the rap mogul denounced the raids, calling them a "witch hunt" against his client.

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Longtime friend and musical collaborator Stevie J (born Steven Aaron Jackson) said the HSI agents who entered the Miami mansion on March 25 were "guns up and aimed." The record producer was inside the Miami residence during the raid, according to Urban Hollywood 411.

"I've seen a lot of things, but none of the excessive force of this," said Jackson, who also claimed that Combs is being unfairly targeted. He also suggested that race was a factor for the raids, noting that such raids didn't happen to disgraced film executive Harvey Weinstein and the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Former agent says HSI colleagues followed protocol on Diddy home raids

Tracy Walder, a former special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a former officer at the Central Intelligence Agency, also spoke in the film. She told TMZ founder Harvey Levin that the HSI agents who raided Combs' LA and Miami residences followed protocol.

"You have to remember that Diddy has been in trouble on some weapons violations in the past. There are vast compounds with multiple people [in] them, so using this type of force was not inappropriate in any way, shape or form."

Despite this, both Walder and Levin expressed (the) belief that there had to be "significant evidence" against Combs for a federal judge to sign off on search warrants targeting someone so rich and powerful. For his part, the founder of Bad Boy Records has denied all of the allegations against him and has maintained his innocence. Combs himself has also denounced the raids at his homes as "excessive."

Aubrey O'Day, former singer of the girl group Danity Kane, said in the documentary that she has been trying to warn others about Combs for years. The rap mogul signed her to Bad Boy Records when she competed in the MTV show "Making the Band" in 2005.

"I knew all of that was going on. I've known the whole time. I know what's gone on; a whole lot of people do," O'Day remarked about the accusations leveled against Combs in the form of civil lawsuits.

"I was literally text messaging producers [and] employers from top to bottom levels, like, [you all] know what the f**k you saw. People were scared," she continued. When asked by the TMZ founder what these people were afraid of, O'Day responded: "Anything you possibly could think, Harvey."

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