Diddy Lists LA Mansion For $70M Amid Legal Storms: Harlem Watches

July 5, 2024

Harlem-born music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs is selling his lavish Los Angeles mansion for a staggering $70 million amid ongoing legal troubles

The hip-hop icon, who has deep roots in our community, purchased the property in 2014 for $39 million, potentially netting a substantial profit if the sale goes through.

The 17,000-square-foot estate, located in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood, boasts impressive amenities fitting for a rap superstar. The property features a sizeable backyard with a pool, hot tub, water slide, and fire pit station. Inside, there’s a 35-seat theater, a state-of-the-art fitness studio, and even a grotto connected by an underground tunnel.

However, the sale comes in the wake of serious allegations against Combs. On March 26, federal agents raided this Los Angeles home, along with his properties in Miami and New York, as part of an investigation into sex trafficking allegations. During the raid, Combs’ sons Justin and Christian were briefly detained outside the property.

Combs currently faces eight lawsuits, including accusations of sexual assault and coercion. The most recent lawsuit was filed by former adult film star Adria English, who alleges that Combs groomed and coerced her into sexual activities at parties he hosted.

Despite the legal challenges, Combs maintains his innocence. His lawyer has stated that the allegations are unfounded and expressed confidence in prevailing in court.

As Harlem watches one of its most famous sons navigate these troubled waters, the sale of this mansion marks a significant moment in Combs’ career. It remains to be seen how these developments will impact his legacy in the music industry and his standing in our community.

Photo credit: Diddy at Harlem school afew years back during happier times.

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