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Diddy’s sons return to LA mansion to grab belongings after being cuffed during federal raid

Justin Combs, left. King Combs in a car, right. Them in handcuffs, inset.
Justin Combs, left. King Combs in a car, right. Them in handcuffs, inset.

Rapper Diddy’s sons briefly returned to his Los Angeles mansion to grab their belongings, just hours after they were led out of the residence in handcuffs during a raid by federal agents.

Justin and King Combs were seen separately leaving their father’s Beverly Hills home late Monday night before hightailing it off the property to an unknown location, according to TMZ.

The brothers did not spend much time in the home, with Justin arriving around 10:30 p.m. and his brother showing up a few hours later, the outlet reported.

Both Justin, 30, and King, 25, were placed in cuffs earlier that day as the Department of Homeland Security swept the mansion.

Justin and King Combs were seen separately leaving their father’s Beverly Hills home late Monday night after grabbing their things before hightailing it off the property to an unknown location. Shabba / BACKGRID
Justin and King Combs were seen separately leaving their father’s Beverly Hills home late Monday night after grabbing their things before hightailing it off the property to an unknown location. Shabba / BACKGRID
Neither of the rapper’s offspring spent much time in the home, with Justin arriving around 10:30 p.m. and King (pictured) showing up a few hours later. Shabba / BACKGRID
Neither of the rapper’s offspring spent much time in the home, with Justin arriving around 10:30 p.m. and King (pictured) showing up a few hours later. Shabba / BACKGRID

But sources told TMZ that neither son was arrested — nor was their father Diddy, whose legal name is Sean Combs.

The rapper’s whereabouts are also currently unknown.

His private jet’s last known whereabouts was the island of Antigua in the Caribbean, where it arrived Monday morning.

Homeland Security agents also raided his Miami property on Monday.

Boxes and bags of evidence were seen being loaded up into a van at the home.

Both Justin, 30, and King, 25, were placed in cuffs earlier that day by federal agents as Homeland Security swept the mansion.
Both Justin, 30, and King, 25, were placed in cuffs earlier that day by federal agents as Homeland Security swept the mansion.

Law enforcement sources told The Post the feds moved in because they wanted to seize the 54-year-old’s phones and computers, and that his properties in New York and Chicago will be hit next.

His homes in California and Florida were left with very little left inside, according to TMZ.

The California and Florida raids were led by the Homeland Security Investigations Human Trafficking Task Force, based on a search warrant issued by the Southern District of New York, sources told The Post.

“Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners. We will provide further information as it becomes available,” HSI told The Post.

Sources told TMZ that neither were arrested and nor was their father Diddy, whose legal name is Sean Combs. It is unknown where Sean currently is as his private jet was last seen in Antigua. Marcus Ingram
Sources told TMZ that neither were arrested and nor was their father Diddy, whose legal name is Sean Combs. It is unknown where Sean currently is as his private jet was last seen in Antigua. Marcus Ingram

New York prosecutors have interviewed at least four anonymous people over sex-trafficking allegations against the rapper, sources told Rolling Stone.

Firearm and narcotics charges are also being looked into by investigations, NBC News said.

Sean was hit with a lawsuit last year by his ex-girlfriend Casandra Ventura, who alleged years of sexual abuse at his hands. They settled the lawsuit hours after she filed.

However, the rapper was hit with more lawsuits alleging sexual abuse in recent months.

Sean has denied all allegations.