A little over a week ago, the news broke that Diddy had been arrested on the UCLA campus after an incident with strength & conditioning coach Sal Alosi. The altercation ensued after Alosi was berating Combs’ son and defensive back on the squad, Justin Combs. Of course, there were conflicting stories as to what actually took place, with Diddy’s reps stating that he was merely defending himself, while the University’s reps claim Puff threw a kettlebell at Alosi. Combs was arrested faced charges on assault on terroristic threats.
In the days that followed, Diddy was the subject of many memes and online conjecture but it appears as though this situation may be swept under the rug, adding it to a list of unsavory incidents that Puff has been resilient to. According to District attorney spokesman Ricardo Santiago, his office has decided to hand the case over to the Los Angeles city attorney’s office, meaning that Combs will skate on any serious felony charges. Normally the DA’s office handles serious felony offense, while the city court sees the misdemeanor infractions.
As always, Puff remains teflon.
Being worth $750M is enough to keep anyone out of any serious jail time. – Rocko Rathon (@Rocko_CNK)