There's no question this must be excruciatingly difficult on the entire family.
The source said:
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Everyone let's kiss and make up!
On Wednesday, it was reported that the coaching staff at UCLA had huddled together and decided that the best play was for the cops to drop the case against Sean "Diddy" Combs.
ICYMI: The rap mogul was arrested on Monday after getting into an altercation with one of his sons, Justin Combs' football coaches. The alleged victim was assistant coach Sal Alosi.
Since the reported throwdown, the Mo Money Mo Problems rapper has claimed he acted in self defense after Alosi and four others made aggressive moves. Yikes!
Nonetheless, it appears the Bruins coaching staff want to avoid a courtroom spectacle as they feel it will be bad for the team. Hmm, very inneresting!
Reportedly, the coaches were prepared to let the drama go the day it happened but an intern had called UCLA police. The whole scenario was caught on tape and was enough to get Diddle sent to the big house. Whomp, whomp.
However, the case will still have to go to L.A. County District Attorney for a felony review next week.
Regardless, head coach Jim Mora does NOT want a criminal prosecution — and we can only imagine the rest of the staff will follow suit.
It's said that the D.A. can still prosecute the controversial celebrity even without victims.
Uh oh! Here's hoping that everything smooths over for Diddy by his July 13 court date — but he feels confident that the case will be dropped.
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