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Diddy's homes in L.A. and Miami are raided by Homeland Security as part of...


Two properties belonging to rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs in Los Angeles and Miami were searched Monday by federal Homeland Security Investigations agents and other law enforcement as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation 

The rapper, who is facing mounting sexual harassment and rape lawsuits, was nowhere to be seen as agents combed through his properties on Monday afternoon, removing boxes and bags of evidence. 

While it was later confirmed that the mogul was not on boardDiddy's personal jet - LoveAir LLC - has been tracked to Antigua in the Caribbean, according to TMZ.  

A police line was set up around the Los Angeles house in the wealthy Holmby Hills neighborhood near Beverly Hills, where at least two men were put in handcuffs.

Armed agents from the Department of Homeland Security entered luxury properties on both East and West Coasts of the United States, with video footage showing helicopters circling overhead. 

The agents, who were wearing vests, gathered in the home's backyard near the pool. Multiple officers were seen carrying bags and boxes of evidence to a van with assistance from police dogs.

A command post was set up outside the house and agents were still entering and leaving hours after the search began. 

A spokesperson for Homeland Security Investigations told in a statement: 'Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners.'