Diddy Cassie assault charges: Surveillance footage surfaced

Horrifying video has emerged, allegedly showing Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs violently assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Cassie Ventura. The release of this video has raised concerns about the rapper’s history of violent behavior.

Surveillance footage, recorded in a hallway at a Los Angeles hotel in 2016, appears to show Combs beating and dragging Ventura before throwing an object at her. The clip was released by CNN, who obtained it last Friday, and it supports Ventura’s claims of domestic violence against her ex-partner.

According to reports, the incident occurred on March 5, 2016 at Intercontinental hotel in Century City, which has since closed. The video shows Ventura leaving the hotel room and walking quickly toward the elevator, followed by Combs, who was wrapped in a towel. He caught up with her, grabbed her by the neck, threw her to the floor and kicked her while she was motionless.


As Ventura lay on the ground, Combs grabbed her purse and suitcase from near the elevator and kicked her again. He then tugged on her sweater briefly before walking away. After she stood up and gathered her belongings, Combs was seen pushing her and throwing an object at her.

Relationships and allegations

Diddy and Cassie, models and singers famous for their hit songs Me & Youhad an on-off relationship from 2007 to 2018. Surprisingly, the pair were seen together at a movie premiere in Los Angeles two days after the alleged altercation.

Ventura, now 37, filed a lawsuit against Combs, 54, citing ‘physical abuse’.bad boy‘ rapper. In her complaint, she said Combs assaulted her at the hotel after being “extremely drunk,” resulting in a black eye.

Although Ventura reached an undisclosed settlement with Combs, she declined to comment on the video content when approached by CNN. The emergence of the footage has brought new attention to the disturbing allegations against the music mogul, raising questions about the extent of abuse Ventura suffered and the broader issue of domestic violence in high-level relationships.

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