Sean “Diddy” Combs apologizes for the alleged attack seen in a 2016 surveillance video – Entertainment News (Trending Perfect)


Sean “Diddy” Combs apologizes for CNN's recently surfaced 2026 security video in which It appears to show him attacking singer Cassie in a Los Angeles hotel lobby in 2016. He said his behavior was “inexcusable” and that he took “full responsibility” for his actions.

The hip-hop mogul took to Social media on Sunday to apologize for the alleged attack and said in an Instagram video that he was “disgusted” by his actions.

“It's so hard to think about the darkest times in your life, but sometimes you have to do it,” Diddy said on Instagram. “I'm distraught – I've hit rock bottom – but I'm making no excuses. My behavior in this video is inexcusable.”

The video that CNN first broadcast it on Fridayis the latest in a months-long series of public allegations and revelations of physical and sexual violence against Combs.

In the video, Combs, who was wearing only a white towel, is seen punching and kicking the R&B singer, who was his student and longtime girlfriend at the time. The footage also shows Combs pushing and pulling Ventura, and throwing a vase in her direction.

The security camera video, dated March 5, 2016, closely resembles the description of an incident that occurred at the InterContinental Hotel in the Century City area of ​​Los Angeles. Described in the lawsuit Ventura filed in Novemberwhose legal name is Cassandra Ventura, claimed she suffered years of sexual abuse and other violence from Combs.

The lawsuit alleges that Combs paid the hotel $50,000 for the security video. CNN did not say how it obtained the video, but indicated that it verified the location where it was filmed by comparing the footage to publicly available photos of the Intercontinental Hotel.

Diddy denied the allegations in the lawsuit, but neither he nor his representatives had responded to the video as of Sunday.

“I take full responsibility for my actions in this video,” Combs said Sunday. “I was disgusted when I did it. I'm disgusted now. I went and sought professional help. I went to therapy, I went to rehab. I had to ask God for His mercy and grace. I'm so sorry, but I'm committed to being a better man every day, and I don't I ask for forgiveness.

On Friday, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office said in a statement that it was “aware of the video.” They said the images were “extremely disturbing and difficult to view”, but “we would not be able to charge because the behavior would have occurred after the timeline in which the offense of assault could be prosecuted”.



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