Homeland Security raids Holmby Hills home associated with Diddy film company

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HOLMBY HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Homeland Security agents on Monday raided a Holmby Hills mansion associated with rap mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs and his production company.

It is believed the raid - as well as a similar operation at a Combs home in Miami - was associated with a federal sex-trafficking investigation based out of New York.

Combs has recently been associated with legal troubles that include lawsuits over alleged sexual assaults and sex trafficking.


HSI agents were conducting their operations in the 200 block of S. Mapleton Drive in Holmby Hills, a wealthy Los Angeles enclave known as a home for celebrities and the Playboy Mansion. The address is associated with Combs' Bad Boy Films production company.

Agents were seen detaining two men who were later identified as Diddy's sons, sources told ABC News. The two sons were not under arrest but were being detained outside as agents searched the property.

Dozens of agents were seen searching through the property, bringing out boxes and even looking through cushions in outdoor pool furniture.

Neighbors tell Eyewitness News they frequently see parties at the property lasting all night but they weren't aware of any illegal activities.... (Read more)