Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ ex Cassie cooperating with feds: report

Sean “Diddy” Combs’ ex, Cassie, is reportedly in talks with authorities leading the federal investigation into the music mogul.

Insiders told TMZ on Wednesday that Cassie, who accused Combs of rape and abuse in November, is one of several witnesses cooperating with federal investigators in their probe into the sex trafficking allegations.

The “Me & U” singer, 37, reportedly began working with law enforcement several weeks ago, before the raids on the rapper’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami.

Cassie reportedly worked with federal investigators to investigate sex trafficking allegations against Sean “Diddy” Combs. Cassie/Instagram
The 37-year-old allegedly began working with investigators weeks before they raided the rapper’s homes, sources familiar with the matter told TMZ. MovieMagic

Homeland Security disrupted Combs’ two primary residences last week after obtaining search warrants from the Southern District of New York federal court.

Several other women are also believed to be in contact with federal investigators working on the case.

Representatives for Cassie did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

It’s unclear exactly what the singer told authorities. WireImage
The couple dated for a decade before splitting for good in 2018. Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter

Cassie was the first person to speak out about the alleged abuse she suffered from the rapper during their nearly 10-year romance.

In the explosive lawsuit, Cassie claimed the 54-year-old raped her, made her take drugs and forced her to have sex with prostitutes while he filmed.

The lawsuit alleged that Diddy – who had vehemently denied all allegations against him – “was prone to uncontrollable rage and frequently beat Ms. Ventura savagely” before their separation in 2018.

Cassie filed an explosive lawsuit against her ex in November, detailing the alleged abuse she suffered for years. Jeff Vespa
The singer claimed that Combs raped and “frequently beat” her, among other things. MovieMagic

“After years in silence and darkness. I am finally ready to tell my story and speak for myself and for the benefit of other women facing violence and abuse in their relationships,” Cassie told Page Six at the time.

The “I’ll Be Missing You” singer and Cassie settled privately 24 hours later.

Since then, several other people have accused Combs of sexual assault, including producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones.

Jones accused his former employer of sexually assaulting him multiple times from September 2022 to November 2023 in a lawsuit filed in February.

Following several lawsuits accusing Combs of abuse, federal authorities searched his homes in Los Angeles and Miami last month.
It’s unclear what prompted the raid or what, if anything, was found. MEGA

The producer alleged that Diddy groped his genitals and touched his anus to prepare him for sex. However, Jones claimed that Combs would downplay his sexual advances by calling them “heckles.”

He also alleged that Combs forced him to have intimate relationships with sex workers – allegedly drugging him and once raping him at a party.

Combs denied Jones’ allegations.

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Almost exactly a month after Jones filed the lawsuit, federal agents invaded the “I Need A Girl” rapper’s properties.

Combs has denied any wrongdoing. AFP via Getty Images
He has not been arrested or charged with a crime. Misa Hylton/Instagram

Photos of the “overtly militarized” raids showed fully armed officers streaming into the estates, handcuffing Combs’ sons Justin, 30, and Christian, 26.

The two men were questioned by police at the scene and released. Meanwhile, Combs was at the Miami airport at the time of the search.

The Bad Boy Records founder has not been arrested or charged with a crime and has remained quiet at his Florida home during the investigation.

Her lawyer, Aaron Dyer, called the raids a “witch hunt” in a statement to Page Six.

“This unprecedented ambush – coupled with an advanced and coordinated media presence – leads to a premature rush to judgment for Mr. Combs and is nothing more than a witch hunt based on baseless accusations made in the framework of civil proceedings,” said Dyer.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-330-0226.

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