Diddy arrested: Former Syracuse Basketball Player Arrested at Miami Airport amid Home Raids

Former Syracuse player Brendan Paul arrested on drug charges, accused of being Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ mule. Paul, who first made the Orange as walk-on in 2018, was named in a February lawsuit.

Previous Syracuse watch Brendan Paul was captured Monday on two medication related charges, per Miami-Dade (Florida) Region police records. The capture came as government specialists attacked rapper Sean “Diddy” Brushes’ properties in Los Angeles and Miami in the midst of a supposed sex dealing test, policing the Related Press.

Paul was captured at Miami-Opa Locka Leader Air terminal on crime allegations for ownership of associated cocaine and ownership with thought cannabis candy, per a capture testimony got by USA TODAY. The testimony adds that officials found cocaine and edibles in Paul’s satchels. Paul was delivered on a $2,500 bond Tuesday, and he has a consultation set for April 24.

In spite of the timing, this capture was not connected with Brushes’ properties being assaulted. In any case, Paul’s name has come up regarding Brushes’ sex dealing claims.

Back in February, Rodney “Lil Pole” Jones documented a government claim blaming Looks over for physically mishandling people. Moreover, Jones said Paul “functions as Mr. Brushes’ donkey. He gains and conveys Mr. Brushes medications and firearms.” Brushes denied the rape claims in December.

Paul’s lawyer, Brian Bieber, told The Athletic, “We don’t anticipate attempting this case in the media – – all issues will be managed in court.”

Paul joined Syracuse men’s b-ball group as a stroll on in 2018, playing in 16 games north of two seasons. He completed his university profession at Division-II Fairmont State, playing in 35 games across two seasons for the Battling Hawks.

Defendant Kristina Khorram had Paul, Moy Baun and Frankie Santella carry out an assortment of responsibilities ranging from drug trafficking to the procurement of sex workers for Combs, according to Jones.

Paul was among one of Combs’ employees that “would negotiate the fees the sex workers received and would ensure that the workers are paid,” per the court documents.

According to Jones, City Girls rapper Yung Miami, along with two other women wellness coach Jade Ramey and rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s ex-girlfriend and co-parent Daphne Joy, were among the women “who were paid a monthly fee to work as Mr. Combs’ sex workers.”

Rodney Jones Jr
Rodney Jones Jr

Rodney Jones Jr. alleges Yung Miami transported a drug known as ‘pink cocaine’

Additionally, Jones claimed that in April 2023 Yung Miami brought tuci on a private jet from Miami because “Sean Combs wanted tuci but Brendan forgot it.” He alleges Khorram called Yung Miami to procure the drug while Combs was rehearsing for the Something in the Water Music Festival in Virginia.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s National Center for Biotechnology Information, “tusi” is a concoction “sometimes referred to as ‘pink cocaine’ as it typically comes in the form of pink powder.” Studies have shown that “the majority of tusi samples contain ketamine, often combined with … MDMA, methamphetamine, cocaine, opioids, and/or new psychoactive substances.”

Combs and Yung Miami were first linked in 2021. They later confirmed they were dating in a June 2022 “Caresha Please” podcast episode.

The pair were aloof about their relationship status, but in an April 2023 profile with The Cut, the “Act Up” rapper said she was single.

USA TODAY has reached out to reps for Yung Miami, Ramey and Daphne Joy.

Jones’ lawsuit has implicated other celebrities, including Yung Miami, whose unnamed cousin was accused of sexual assault after she allegedly “burst into the bathroom and began groping” Jones during a gathering on Thanksgiving Day 2022.

Jones also claims producer Stevie J helped recruit sex workers for Combs and participated in sex parties referred to as “freak-offs” (a term Combs allegedly used to refer to sexual encounters with sex workers) according to the lawsuit.

Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles, Miami raided by Homeland Security Investigations

Jones’ amended lawsuit follows the reported raid of two of Combs’ homes. The homes were reportedly searched by HSI on Monday as part of a federal investigation.

Federal officials raided Combs’ Los Angeles home Monday, according to Rolling Stone and local Los Angeles news station Fox 11, amid lawsuits filed against him from accusers alleging the rapper and music mogul has raped or sexually assaulted them. Agents also searched Combs’ Miami residence Monday, Rolling Stone and The Associated Press reported.

The day after Combs’ homes were raided, attorney Aaron Dyer insisted on the rapper’s innocence and criticized the federal invasion for its “gross overuse of military-level force.” Dyer added that Combs was not detained by authorities, nor were any of the rapper’s family members arrested during the raid.

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