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'P. Diddy' Arrested. Charged with assault with a deadly weapon at UCLA After Alleged Fight with Football Coach

 
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'P. Diddy' Arrested. Charged with assault with a deadly weapon at UCLA After Alleged Fight with Football Coach
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Hip-hop impresario Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs was charged with assault with a deadly weapon at an athletic complex at the University of California Los Angeles early Monday afternoon.



Combs was expected to be transported to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Inmate Reception Center later Monday evening.


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Re: 'P. Diddy' Arrested. Charged with assault with a deadly weapon at UCLA After Alleged Fight with Football Coach
Renowned rapper and pop culture icon Sean "Diddy" Combs was arrested Monday on UCLA's campus for assault with a deadly weapon after an alleged altercation with a football coach who was hard on Diddy's son during Bruins practice.

TMZ.com reported the news, indicating that defensive back Justin Combs, Diddy's son, was chewed out during strength and conditioning drills by an assistant coach while Diddy bore witness to the scene.

After the practice session had ended, Diddy allegedly went to the coach's office in the school's athletic facility and grabbed him. According to a release on the university's official website, the weapon Diddy used was a kettlebell.


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