Celebs Escape Justice – He Won’t Be Charged For THIS?

A disturbing video showing entertainment mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs viciously beating his ex-girlfriend at a California hotel in 2016 has come to light. In a statement on the physical attack, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said the rapper will not face any legal action.

The disturbing video, which CNN was able to secure and publish, depicts Diddy grabbing, pushing, dragging, and kicking Cassie Ventura, his then-girlfriend, inside the now-closed InterContinental Hotel in Century City, LA. CNN confirmed the location of the purported attack, captured by the hotel’s video cameras on March 5, 2016.

The unsettling footage captures Ventura making her way to the elevator along a hotel corridor while completely barefoot. Shortly after, Diddy appears running down the same hallway, only wearing a towel.

Diddy sneaks up on Ventura, hits her on the back of the head, and pulls her to the ground. When she is on the ground, he kicks her.

After grabbing her purse, the rapper stomps on it again. He grabs her jacket and pulls her back towards his hotel room.

After leaving the bag in the hotel room, the founder of Bad Boy Records strolls back.

Ventura answers a call in the corridor by the elevators.

When Diddy throws something at his ex-girlfriend, it looks like he shoves her in the video.

The vicious attack is in line with the claims Ventura made in a November 2023 federal complaint. During their sporadic connection from 2007 until 2018, Ventura accused Combs of rape, sex trafficking, and domestic abuse in the lawsuit.

According to court documents, Ventura said that throughout their relationship, Combs “frequently hit, battered, kicked, and stomped” her.

“During a FO at the InterContinental Hotel in Century City, Los Angeles, in or around March 2016, Mr. Combs became extremely inebriated and hit Ms. Ventura in the face, leaving her a black eye,” stated the 37-page lawsuit.

“Ms. Ventura tried to leave the hotel room after he fell asleep, but Mr. Combs woke up and started yelling at Ms. Ventura. The allegation went on, “He followed her into the hotel corridor and yelled at her.” “He grabbed her and proceeded to throw glass vases from the corridor at her, causing the glass to shatter all around them as she fled to the elevator.”

According to reports, Ventura managed to escape Combs and take a taxi out of the hotel. But according to the complaint, “Ms. Ventura returned to the hotel with the purpose of apologizing for running away from her abuser, aware that her running away would lead Mr. Combs to be much more furious with her and utterly locked in his vicious cycle of abuse.”

According to the complaint, security personnel at the InterContinental Hotel allegedly “urged her to get back into a cab and proceed to her apartment, implying that they had seen the video film” of Combs abusing Ventura.

According to the lawsuit, Mr. Combs paid $50,000 to InterContinental Century City for that evening’s hallway surveillance footage, according to information and belief.

The case resolved within a day.

At the time of the settlement, Ventura stated that she “decided to peacefully conclude this dispute on terms that I have some control over.”

“We have agreed to address this situation peacefully,” Diddy declared at the time. My warmest wishes are with Cassie and her family. Love.

Combs, a fervent Democratic Party supporter, has always refuted the assault allegations.

In reaction to the recently revealed film, Ventura’s attorney, Douglas H. Wigdor, published the following statement: “The gut-wrenching footage has only further substantiated the abhorrent and predatory actions of Mr. Combs.” The bravery shown by Ms. Ventura in speaking up about are beyond words.”

Model Alex Fine, Ventura’s spouse, stated on Friday on Instagram, “Men who strike women are not men,” without specifically mentioning Diddy. “Men are not men if they condone and defend these individuals.”

“You are done, abusers. You are not secure or protected anymore, and the guys who stand by you are just as weak. “You are so sad with yourselves that d**th would be considered a kindness.” Fine continued.

In a statement, the district attorney’s office for Los Angeles County declared that there would be no prosecution for the attack.

“We are aware of the video that has circulated online that purports to show Sean Combs abusing a young woman in Los Angeles,” the statement began. “We find it very upsetting and difficult to view the photos.”

“Unfortunately, we would be not be able to charge if the activity described occurred in 2016 since the conduct would have happened beyond the period when a felony of assault may be prosecuted,” the L.A. DA’s office went on.

The statute of limitations in California is one year for simple assault and three years for criminal assault.

“At this time, law enforcement has not brought a case pertaining to the attack shown in the video against Mr. Combs,” the statement said in its conclusion. “However, we urge anyone who has been a victim or see a crime to report it to law enforcement or get in touch with our office for assistance from our Bureau of Victims Service.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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