Diddy's Ex Releases Footage of Home Raids, Slams 'Excessive' Force Used Against Sons
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Misa Hylton, who is the mother of Justin and Christian a.k.a. King Combs, accuses federal agents of racism when they pointed a gun at Christian's head during the raid on one of the rapper's mansions.

AceShowbiz - Last week, the hip-hop world was shaken by raids on two properties owned by Sean "P. Diddy" Combs by federal investigators. The raids were part of an ongoing investigation into sexual trafficking allegations against the rap mogul.

Home security footage released by Misa Hylton, Diddy's ex and mother of two of his sons, Justin Combs and Christian a.k.a. King Combs, shows a portion of the raid. The video depicts federal investigators in tactical gear rushing into Diddy's mansion and escorting his sons out.

Misa has since hired high-powered defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman, who previously represented cartel lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and John Gotti Jr. Lichtman will investigate allegations that the federal agents used excessive force against Justin and Christian, including pointing lasers at Justin's chest and a gun at Christian's head.

"The overzealous and overtly militarized force used against my sons is deplorable," Misa stated. "If these were the sons of a non-Black celebrity, they would not have been handled with the same aggression."

According to Derrick Parker, a former member of the NYPD's rap intelligence unit, the raid was likely prompted by allegations of gun possession and drug use mentioned in recent civil suits against Combs.

"Once they had information that there were probably weapons in the house, and drugs, that had to be careful," Derrick said. "They mounted a SWAT team to go in and take care of that safely."

Diddy has denied all allegations and has not been charged with any crimes. The raids came amid a federal probe into Diddy, who has faced multiple lawsuits in recent months alleging rape, abuse and other wrongdoing. The rapper has settled one case but has denied the remaining allegations.

Amid the ongoing federal investigation, the Bad Boy Records founder was not invited to this year's MET Gala. The mogul, who has attended regularly as part of the promotion for his sportswear brand Sean John, has yet to comment on his absence.

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