Shocking Surveillance Video Surfaces: Diddy Seen Assaulting Cassie in 2016

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In a disturbing development, surveillance footage has emerged showing music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs assaulting his then-girlfriend Cassie in a Los Angeles hotel eight years ago. The footage, which CNN recently aired, corroborates the allegations detailed in Cassie’s November lawsuit against Diddy.

The incident took place on March 5, 2016, at the now-closed InterContinental Hotel in Century City. The video shows Cassie wandering the hallways, seemingly heading towards the elevators. Moments later, Diddy is seen chasing after her, clad only in a towel. Upon catching up, he strikes and kicks her before attempting, unsuccessfully, to drag her back to their room.

In a subsequent clip, Cassie is seen trying to make a call using the hotel phone. Diddy reappears, throwing a vase at someone off-camera—presumably Cassie—before returning to their room while continuing to shout at her.

Cassie’s lawsuit described this harrowing event in detail: “In or around March 2016, during an FO at the InterContinental Hotel in Century City, Los Angeles, Mr. Combs became extremely intoxicated and punched Ms. Ventura in the face, giving her a black eye.” The suit went on to state, “After he fell asleep, Ms. Ventura tried to leave the hotel room, but as she exited, Mr. Combs awoke and began screaming at Ms. Ventura. He followed her into the hallway of the hotel while yelling at her.”

The lawsuit further noted, “He grabbed at her and then took glass vases in the hallway and threw them at her, causing glass to crash around them as she ran to the elevator to escape.” This incident was just one of many instances of alleged abuse and illegal conduct outlined in her complaint, which was ultimately settled out of court.

Diddy has consistently denied Cassie’s allegations. In the wake of her lawsuit, other women have also come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against him, all of which he has refuted. These allegations have since sparked a federal investigation.

Regarding potential legal repercussions for this specific incident, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) say that the statute of limitations would prevent them from opening a new case. For incidents occurring before January 2020, the statute of limitations is three years, extending to five years for those after January 2020. Consequently, the LAPD will not be pursuing criminal charges related to this 2016 incident.

This surveillance footage brings a troubling chapter in Cassie’s life to light, highlighting the physical and emotional abuse she endured and raising questions about accountability and justice in cases of domestic violence.

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